2015 GMC Sierra All-Terrain

Big, Bold, and Beautiful 2015 GMC Sierra All-Terrain

With almost 100 years of truck building and perfecting experience GM has been evolving their trucks for a long time and has worked to continuously offer as perfect a truck as possible. The GMC version of the truck is the Sierra and for 2015 this truck is makes a huge statement and sets a whole new bar of truck standards for others to follow. Packaged with nearly luxurious interior and newly designed high-tech engines, the GMC Sierra is a strong and gorgeous truck for any truck lover to enjoy and just might gain some new loyalty from followers … [Read More...]

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First poop-powered bus launches in the UK

This bus uses human feces as an alternative energy source

The United Kingdom has launched its first bus that’s powered entirely by treated sewage and food waste, according to Quartz. The so-called “Bio-Bus” embarked on its maiden voyage on Thursday, running solely on the bio-methane gas that was produced by treating sewage and waste at a special plant … [Read More...]

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Poll finds that scientists and farmers disagree on climate change

Poll finds that scientists and farmers disagree on climate change

According to a new study from Purdue University, farmers and scientists have differing views on what causes climate change, and even whether climate change is actually occurring. This is all according to a recent survey of 7,000 people that researchers from Purdue University and Iowa State … [Read More...]

US and China reach “an historic agreement” on climate change

US and China reach “an historic agreement” on climate change

The United States and China, the world’s two largest emitters of greenhouse gases, announced an historic agreement earlier today in which the two nations, often regarded as stiff competitors, if not borderline enemies, will partner together on a broad-ranging package of plans to fight climate … [Read More...]

Fukushima radioactivity detected near California coast

Fukushima radioactivity detected near California coast

Radiation monitoring efforts along the Pacific Coast of the United States and Canada have detected the presence of small amounts of radioactivity from the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant accident that occurred in Japan back in 2011. Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution … [Read More...]

US water usage has dropped to an impressive 45-year low

US water usage has dropped to an impressive 45-year low

According to a new report from the United States Geological Survey, via Just Means, water use in the United States has fallen by a whopping 13% since 2005 and is currently at its lowest level in 45 years. This is especially important news considering the severe drought that’s plaguing the Western … [Read More...]

New “Ozzy Osbourne” frog discovered in the Brazilian Amazon

New “Ozzy Osbourne” frog discovered in the Brazilian Amazon

The first animal that pops into your mind when you think of Ozzy Osbourne most likely isn’t a frog. Instead, you’d probably think of a bat, right? A team of scientists had a similar though too, which is why when they discovered a new species of frog that mimics the sounds that bats make, they … [Read More...]

BMW wants to recharge electric vehicles using street lights

BMW wants to recharge electric vehicles using street lights

One of the biggest issues that electric vehicles face is the lack of places to charge them up when you’re away from home. While the obvious solution would be to develop a standalone recharging network, that takes time to implement and is very costly. Fortunately, BMW has a solution that’s both easy … [Read More...]

Amsterdam to open the world’s first solar-powered bike path

Amsterdam to open the world’s first solar-powered bike path

Considering that the Netherlands one of the world’s most bike-friendly countries AND one of its most environmentally conscious ones, it’s no surprise that Dutch city of Krommenie, a northern suburb of the nation’s capital, Amsterdam, is set to become the first city in the world to create a … [Read More...]

Overfishing may end sushi as we know it, says the master of sushi

Overfishing may end sushi as we know it, says the master of sushi

Jiro Ono, the Japanese sushi maker that’s considered by many to be the greatest sushi maker in history, whose creations were recently enjoyed by President Barack Obama himself, issued a stark warning on Tuesday, saying that many of the ingredients that’re traditionally used in sushi may soon become … [Read More...]

UN climate change panel warns that we’re reaching the point of no return

UN climate change panel warns that we’re reaching the point of no return

An international panel of climate scientists from the United Nations issued a warning on Sunday, saying that the Earth is currently locked on an “irreversible” course of climatic disruption due to the buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and that, should the nations of the world fail to … [Read More...]

EPA gets sued over its anti-smog plan in LA

EPA gets sued over its anti-smog plan in LA

While that quality of the air in Los Angeles is better than it has been in the past, it certainly isn’t good, which is why two national environmental and health groups, the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council, as well as two local groups, Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los … [Read More...]