What do Exxon, Monsanto, Sygenta, DuPont and a bunch of other multinationals have in common? A budget that's dedicated to faking scientific results in order to keep earning a profit. Fake science isn't a new thing, but we're just waking up to it
We all kick the bucket some time. When it's your time to go, why not consider a more eco-friendly burial option to honor your memory? The usual burial and cremation methods emit lots of CO2 and bury steel in the ground. There are better ways to go about it.
Recent reports say that some of Earth’s hottest places will be in the US this year, not some faraway dune-filled desert. California is “already experiencing a 26% increase in wildfire activity” according to CAL Fire and there are threats of drought conditions. What’s not to love?
We're not saying carbon offsetting is a scam, but... it's kind of a scam. Rather than make structural changes to reduce pollution, companies are pouring cash into real estate so they can plant a few trees. It's not helping.
Isn't shipping just dropping a box off so it magically appears somewhere else? Turns out there's a lot more to this massive industry, especially pollution. Read more about your role in the future of sustainable shipping.