Ireland’s national aquarium is home to more than 60 exhibits designed for children and adults alike to explore the secrets of the sea. It’s also the home of a pretty impressive first, because the Atlantaquaria in Galway led the way
The detrimental effects of the behaviour of the fossil fuel majors notwithstanding, renewables have been booming the world over for years and there is little indication that this trend will abate soon.
No silver bullet exists to get our emissions down fast. Yet there is a silver shot of 36 pellets, according to a new report.
Humans have heard the cry to “save the whales” for decades, but there’s a new call to understand how it is that the great whales – threatened themselves by climate change, plastic pollution and more – might really be saving
For Greta Thunberg, Friday was a remarkable day, as she watched her solo strike from just one year ago flourish into “Week 57” with millions participating across the globe. On Saturday, though, it was back to work as she toured
A fact of conservation is that the more prosperous a society, the more likely it is to protect its forests. The converse is also true.
The continent could produce more than 100 times the amount of energy it currently produces from onshore windfarms.