The interactive story of the last great supply of fresh drinking water on Earth.
A visual real-time simulation that displays the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, birth rates, and death rates of every country in the world.
Today nearly two people in ten have no source of safe drinking water according to the U.N. But in some desert areas, where there is very little rain, fog and dew are abundant sources of humidity that are being harvested to produce fresh water.
Residents of some Western states are considered water thieves if they install rain catchment systems.
A glaring divide is described between nations flooding fields with fertilizer and those with crops starved for nutrients.
Maybe you've heard it takes 1,000 years for a plastic bag to degrade in a landfill. Here are some other facts you may not know.
Margaux Ruyant's design is a thoughtful way to memorialize the deceased by using their ashes for a living tree memorial
Sustainable Swedish wood floors from Kahrs
"Going green" doesn't have to be a daunting task that means sweeping life changes. Simple things can make a difference.
Mother Nature Network
China's proposed car-free city for 80,000 is intended to become a prototype.