U.K.’s green efforts seem to be paying off. Hybrid and electric carbon emissions from new cars reached an all-time low last year, according to sources. The problem is that more investments are needed in public transport and charging stations to keep up with the growing demand and stay on track in cutting down emissions by … Read more
Taking care of Mother Earth has always been a hot topic for a few decades now, among environmentalists. Thankfully, research on mushrooms (yeah, you heard it right!) might help contribute to dealing with climate change in the future. Fungi are not only durable but also biodegrade when it’s time to knock them down, which can be a good alternative to concrete or other forms of more polluting materials.
Since the matter about climate change is already at an alarming rate, and in order to be part of the solution to this, General Motors announced that it added another 7 billion dollars to its current budget of 30 billion in order to push electric vehicles in the market. During a press conference the company’s CEO, Mary Barra, told the audience that at least 30 vehicles will enter the global market by the middle of this decade.