Lighthouse Eco

Striving for a sustainable Lifestyle

Month: April 2022

Formula E and FIA Reveal All-Electric GEN3 Race Car in Monaco

The future of all-electric high-performance motorsport has been revealed by Formula E and the Fedration Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA)

Study: Climate change is creating disease hotspots

“The coming decades will not only be hotter, but sicker.”

Over 21% of reptile species at risk of extinction

At least one in five reptile species are threatened with extinction, including more than half of turtles and crocodiles, according to the first major global assessment of the world’s so-called cold-blooded creatures.

Recycled shrimp nets used to remove marine debris

University of Georgia Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant has devised a creative way to clean up the Georgia coast

Monarch Butterflies, Dozens of Other Species One Step Closer to Endangered Species Protections

Legal Victory Secures Decision Dates for 27 Animals, Plants Across Country, Hundreds More Still Waiting

Heat wave in India threatens residents and crucial wheat harvest

Some states in India’s breadbasket northern and central regions are forecast to hit highs of 120 degrees F this week.

‘Oil Fuels War’: Greenpeace Campaigners Block Russian Tanker in Norway

“The fact that our government still allows the import of Russian fossil fuels in the current situation is unfathomable,” said one activist.

Endangered Red Wolf Pups Born in Wild for First Time in Four Years

For the first time in four years, a litter of red wolf pups was born in the wild. The six pups were found in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.

UN Declares David Attenborough a ‘Champion of the Earth’

Sir David Attenborough is a beloved broadcaster who has spent more than half a century bringing the wonders of the natural world into the homes and hearts of viewers.

Twitter bans ads that contradict science on climate change

Twitter says it will no longer allow advertisers on its site who deny the scientific consensus on climate change, echoing a policy already in place at Google.

Climate activist dies after setting himself on fire outside US Supreme Court on Earth Day

A climate activist who lit himself on fire on Earth Day outside the United States Supreme Court Building has died, according to reports.

Scientists breed threatened Florida coral species in step toward reef restoration

Scientists have successfully bred a threatened species of coral as part of a project that hopes to restore damaged reefs off the coast of Florida.