Chef José Andrés is at it again. In the same breath the founder of World Central Kitchen announced he was shutting his famous restaurants in response to the coronavirus pandemic, he said he’s transforming several of them into community kitchens…
The world’s oceans are warmer than ever — and they are getting warmer faster, according to a new report. In a development that provides yet further evidence of global warming, the study, published in the Chinese journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, found…
Thanks to a specially designed 3D printer for building houses in rural locations, these cozy homes required less than 24 hours of printing time.
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After Five Years of Drought, Kenyan Region Finally Gets Clean Water Thanks to Solar-Powered Saltwater Plant
The plant can produce enough water for 35,000 people every day—which means that villagers will no longer have to drink dirty saltwater.
The report, which revealed the figures, was released in Madrid and has bolstered demands for implementing the ‘Loss and Damage’ mechanism
Nine Latin American Countries Have Set Goal for 70% Renewable Energy—More Than Twice the European Union
The Latin American nations are working to achieve more than double the amount of the EU’s renewable energy usage goals before 2030.
Pornographic digital streaming generates 81 million tons of carbon dioxide each year, which is equivalent to the CO2 emissions of 72 countries combined, a new study by the Shift Project found. These 72 countries are the nations with the lowest…
The notorious lab saved 12 lives and recovered 41 bodies during her career as a search and rescue dog.
Preliminary results from a new study suggest that sleep disturbances are associated with mental health problems among survivors of a natural disaster even two years after the event.