Peruvian President Martin Viscarrato is readying to plant 1 million trees around Machu Picchu in order to protect the site from natural disaster.
After a piece of flaming cardboard burnt his cabin to the ground in December, Tyson Steele spent three weeks enduring sub-zero temperatures before rescue.
‘Breakthrough’ Device Allows Doctors to Keep Livers Outside the Body for 7 Days Instead of Mere Hours
The revolutionary perfusion machine was unveiled to the world by Swiss researchers from the University of Zurich earlier this week.
The newly-announced initiative is expected to save roughly 15 to 17 billion pounds of CO2 emissions from entering the atmosphere every year.
Rather Than Shredding Food Scraps With Your Garbage Disposal, This Device Collects It All for Composting
The ingenious and easy-to-install device allows homeowners to flush all of their food scraps down the drain for composting, rather than the trash.
Fifty photographers from around the world have been selected as finalists for Agora's photography contest themed around “Freedom”.
Labrador Retriever Has Been Helping Owner Collect Hundreds of Pounds of Trash From Beach Since She Was a Pup
Since Molly the Labrador has always had an affinity for collecting trash, her owner decided to put her hobby to good use by cleaning up their local beach.
Young Dutch scientist Boyan Slat is responsible for cleaning up the worlds oceans—and he is now cleaning up rivers with his new invention: The Interceptor
This dyslexic boy is hoping to use his artistic talent to show the world that even with his different learning abilities, he is still capable of greatness.
Now 14 years old, this young man has taught yoga classes all over the world—and he often donates the money he makes to cancer research charities.
More than 90% of the dyslexic people who tested the device said they could “easily read any text illuminated by the lamp”.
From donating millions of dollars to wildfire relief funds to serving up meals to exhausted firefighters—Australia is not alone in fighting the blazes.
A decade after shutting down an old coal power plant, researchers say that its closure saved more than 26,000 lives—and millions of crops.
More Than 200 Volunteer Firefighters From US and Canada Have Deployed to Help With Australian Bushfires
After Australia offered firefighting aid to the United States and Canada in 2018, more than 200 volunteers are repaying the favor.
Although there have been a few pieces of legislation against toxic sunscreens introduced around the world, Palau is the first country to pass a full ban.
The drug Lynparza is already approved for the treatment of breast and ovarian cancer in several dozen countries around the world.
The “Agave Project” straws are being hailed as a first-of-its-kind model for recycling distillation waste into utensils that are similar to plastic.
Eagle Village is a trailblazing new settlement in Seattle that has been designed by Native Americans for Native Americans—and it already helping dozens.
Firefighters Rush Out of Supermarket on Emergency Call Only to Return and Find Strangers Paid for Their Groceries
The fire department lieuntenant said that in 20 years of firefighting, he had never had a community member pay for his groceries as a thank you.
These two studies show that there may be a dozen different benefits to quitting drinking for a month—and they have a dramatic impact on your health.