It’s healthy, delicious, and good for the Earth. So why the heck aren’t more people eating it?
The process uses natural sunlight and could address the global water shortage.
The aquatic plant can replace plastics, be used for food, and feed our cattle. That’s why the future of our planet might depend on it.
Meet the researchers that see menstrual blood as opportunity—not trash.
It won’t cost you an arm and a leg either.
Experts are hopeful—if a little critical—about the White House’s New Deal-style jobs program aimed at fighting climate change.
Patients with type 1 diabetes might soon say goodbye to frequent, painful injections.