sustainability

Conservation

Indonesian Fishers Are Building a DIY Fish Database to Protect Their Industry

Overfishing has threatened to bring local fisheries to a collapse.
Nadiah Rosli
1.16.18
Moveable

It’s Way Too Hard to Buy an Electric Car in Canada

Buying an EV in Canada is five times harder than in the US, a new report finds.
Stephen Leahy
12.18.17
Uber opaque

Uber Won't Say Whether Its Public Transit Initiative Is Making Money

But the city loves it.
Jordan Pearson
8.10.17
right?

Why Don’t We Just Make Everything Out of Recycled Plastic?

It’s a complicated question, but very smart people are working to solve it.
Kaleigh Rogers
7.12.17
Bitcoin

A Single Bitcoin Transaction Takes Thousands of Times More Energy Than a Credit Card Swipe

While the digital currency has gotten more energy efficient in the last few years, it's still significantly less sustainable than other forms of payment.
Christopher Malmo
3.7.17
bro-licious

Meet the Meat-Free Burger That’s Winning Bros Over

Impossible Foods wants to win over the meat-eaters of the world, and keep them coming back.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.6.17
role-play

We Talked to the Guy Who's LARPing 'The Martian' in His Backyard

How Jeff Raymond is developing sustainable agriculture for communities on Earth and the Red Planet.
Daniel Oberhaus
3.2.17
Oil

We Need to Accept That Oil Is a Dying Industry

The new OPEC deal can't revive the fossil fuel industry.
Nafeez Ahmed
12.15.16
Science

Fidel Castro: Tyrant, Revolutionary, and Environmental Crusader

Cuba's late-president, Fidel Castro, has been called many things, but "environmentalist" could be one of them.
Sarah Emerson
11.30.16
Fashion

Seaweed Could Help Clean Up Our Dirty Garment Industry

Fashion and clothing is one of the least sustainable industries in the world. Could these biofabrics be the answer?
Ankita Rao
11.18.16
MUSHROOMS

Why Your Next Chair May Be Made Out of Mushrooms

Inexpensive, renewable—what’s not to love?
Nicholas Deleon
11.17.16
FOOD

Your Tuna Might Not Really Be Tuna

A new study found mislabeling isn’t always a bad thing from a sustainability standpoint, but when it is, it’s really bad.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.16.16