Thinking Outside the Box: Turning Methane into Biodegradable Plastic
After completing her Ph.D. in Civil & Environmental Engineering in 2009 at Stanford University, Molly Morse harnessed her research on the production of PHA (polyhydroxy alkanoate) biopolymers from methane — and its biodegradation — and shaped it into a start-up business in 2010.
We have to heal ourselves to heal the earth.
“This Way of Life Is Our Birthright”
“We’ve been building support in Congress. We’ve been fighting in the corporate board rooms, and we’ve been taking our case to court.” There have been four lawsuits brought against the Trump administration’s drilling plans, including by 15 states’ attorneys general, and two different environmental lawsuits..."
A Regional Approach to the Continental Problem of Desertification
What the Great Green Wall intended to be, and what it ultimately became, was a practical pan-African initiative to reverse these devastating natural trends by addressing land degradation and poverty in tandem.