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The Avengers stars are fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline

The Avengers stars are fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline

We reported a few weeks back that actor Mark Ruffalo was joining the people of Standing Rock to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline. Now he is bringing some of his superhero friends along, as the Avengers stars are fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline as well. The Dakota Access Pipeline is […]

by November 8, 2016
Tesla unveils solar roof and new home battery

Tesla unveils solar roof and new home battery

The future of solar panels and home power is here, as Tesla unveils solar roof and the Powerwall 2, which is their solar powered home battery. The release of the new solar roof comes from the company’s acquisition of Solar City. The new Tesla roof is designed to replace normal […]

by November 3, 2016
Two-thirds of wildlife may be gone by 2020

Two-thirds of wildlife may be gone by 2020

Two-thirds of wildlife may be gone by 2020 if serious action isn’t taken soon, according to a new report released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). With climate change, pollution, excessive fishing of the oceans, and many more human-caused effects, it is no surprise. It is already a well-known fact […]

by November 1, 2016
Actor Mark Ruffalo is fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline

Actor Mark Ruffalo is fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline

The awesome actor Mark Ruffalo is fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline, joining celebrities who are also protesting, including Leonardo DiCaprio. You may have seen Mark Ruffalo as The Incredible Hulk in the Marvel Avengers movies, fighting bad guys and keeping the world safe. Now he is taking part in another […]

by October 28, 2016
Denmark is becoming the first organic country ever

Denmark is becoming the first organic country ever

Denmark is becoming the first organic country ever. There are so many reasons to eat organic food. First, let’s take a look at the benefits of eating organic. Less exposure to pesticides First of all, organic foods reduce exposure to pesticides. A new study from Boise State University showed that […]

by October 21, 2016
Bees are on the endangered list for first time in the U.S.

Bees are on the endangered list for first time in the U.S.

Bees are on the endangered list for first time in U.S. history. While this may sound like bad news at first, there is actually a silver lining. Because bees are on the endangered list, seven bee species from Hawaii are now protected under the Endangered Species Act. The Endangered Species […]

by October 5, 2016
Leonardo DiCaprio protests with Great Sioux Nation to stop Dakota Access Pipeline

Leonardo DiCaprio protests with Great Sioux Nation to stop Dakota Access Pipeline

Leonardo DiCaprio protests with Great Sioux Nation to stop Dakota Access Pipeline The Dakota Access Pipeline is a new project that consists of an approximately 1,172 mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline that will connect North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline will be used to transport crude oil. The pipeline would cross […]

by September 18, 2016
Hemp production is changing the global economy for the better

Hemp production is changing the global economy for the better

Hemp production is changing the global economy for the better Legal hemp production is changing the global economy for the better, after an 80 year prohibition. Industrial hemp was once a staple crop in America. It was a renewable and sustainable resource that was used in paper, textiles, cordage, and […]

by July 10, 2016