Brazil produces 30 percent of the world's coffee, but climate change is likely to lower yields — and quality — over the long term.
Hamburg is on the vanguard of German efforts to correct the ecological balance sheet of a throwaway culture, which consumes billions of single-serve coffee pods each year.
Ségolène Royal, French Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, and Energy, announced in January that roughly 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) of roadway would be covered with solar panels in the next five years.
A founder of the company — and creator of the ubiquitous coffee product — is seeking to redeem himself for the all the waste created by the machines.
In the first two weeks of 2016, poachers killed 16 elephants — and aerial footage recently gathered by conservationists reveals only about 350 of the rare elephants remain.
By the end of the century, year-round snow cover is expected only at the highest elevations, while at lower heights, snow my become "ephemeral."
French energy company Areva, which is managing the shipment, says some “small flaws” were found during the ship’s pre-departure inspection, but they had been fixed.
The Odensa Zoo says it conducts the public dissections, viewed mostly by children, in order to disseminate information about animal anatomy.
Researchers say in 150 years the glaciers may be only 10 percent of what they are today — and perhaps disappear altogether.