A group of 60 international scientists have created a warning system that sounds an alarm whenever the world’s rainforests are in danger, to help regulate the climate and protect nature before it's too late.
An American company has developed a biodegradable pregnancy test that can be simply and safely flushed down the toilet, giving accurate results to future parents without contributing to the plastic crisis.
Spain is the latest country to join an international coalition dedicated to close down all coal plants by 2030, a wise decision meant to curb carbon emissions and pollutants.
A whopping 250 millions saplings have been planted in a single day in the most populate state of India as part of a collective effort to cut carbon emissions and combat climate change.
On a drive to better protect the Balkan region’s biodiversity, territory and natural beauty, North Macedonia is passing a law to protect over 62,000 hectares of land, in what will soon be one of the largest cross-boundary protected areas in Europe.
President Joe Biden has greenlighted a wind farm project off the coast of Massachusetts, United States, that will provide clean energy to the state's population by the year 2023.
North Macedonia is on the road to becoming the first Balkan country to completely end the production and burning of coal, and aims at achieving this feat by 2027 in favor of cleaner and greener energy sources.
In an effort to curb the polluting effects and lower the carbon emissions of its biannual sports event, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided to plant a forest across Mali and Senegal.
All thermal-coal mining projects will be halted, confirmed Canadian authorities, as part of a drive to achieve a 2030 emission reduction goal, since this energy source significantly impacts the climate.
By not meeting its climate targets, a Brussels court ruled that Belgium has committed a human rights’ violation, as the country hasn’t taken all the necessary measures to prevent the detrimental effects of climate change on its citizens.