Sharks are incredible animals. Often misunderstood, wrongly feared, they are among the most specialized and efficient designs biology has ever conjured. And they just got a little more interesting. Just recently a group […]
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The Dutch have done it again: Europe’s first plastic-free supermarket aisle opened on Wednesday in Amsterdam. A local branch of Ekoplaza invited shoppers to choose from more than 700 plastic-free products, including meat, […]
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Snow and ice can cause serious problems for an airplane. That’s why airports have deicing equipment. They’re not the most environmentally-friendly things, but they’re also a critical safety measure. De-icing a single plane […]
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All that glitters is not gold, according to scientists. More than an arts-and-crafts staple or shiny nightmare for festival clean-up crews, the reflective particles are also an ecological hazard. Environmental anthropologist Trisia Farrelly […]
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It’s not often that people complain about transit being early. Typically, it’s delayed flights, late buses, and plenty of car trouble. But in Tokyo, one train company left about 20 seconds early one […]
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