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5 Animals Who Love the Cold
December 14, 2017 11:56 AM - , Care2

As temperatures drop, most creatures retreat to hunker down or hibernate.

Is Climate Change Affecting Northern California's Devastating Fires?
October 12, 2017 09:24 AM - Judy Molland, Care2, Care2

On Monday I woke to the terrifying smell of smoke. From my home south of San Francisco, I could see the entire Bay Area covered in a thick layer, obscuring the sun.

Your Tap Water Probably Contains Plastic Fibers
September 8, 2017 02:26 PM - Steve Williams, Care2

Plastic pollution remains a major issue around the world, and now a new study suggests that microplastics have invaded our drinking water.

An investigation conducted by Orb Media and the University of Minnesota School of Public Health examined over 150 water samples from 14 countries across five continents — all in search of microfibers.

France Will Ditch Gas and Diesel Cars by 2040
July 12, 2017 10:28 AM - S.E. Smith, Care2, Care2

Parisian streets will be a little quieter in 2040, the year France has set as a target for getting gas and diesel cars off the road. French officials are speaking out on the need to commit to environmental health, and this initiative accompanies other programs aimed at reducing the country’s carbon emissions.

Are your fireworks causing pollution?
July 3, 2017 07:40 AM - s.e. smith, Care2

If you’re a fan of pyrotechnics shows, just thinking about fireworks probably conjures up a fond memory of oohing and aahing along with a crowd, as colors burst overhead and smoke drifts across the — hey, wait a minute.

Sorry, but I’m here to rain on your fireworks, because those delightful explosions come with a hefty dose of pollution. It doesn’t have to be that way, though — in fact, many municipalities are seeking out alternatives that allow residents to enjoy the fun, minus the environmental impact.

Are Bidets More Environmentally Friendly Than Toilet Paper?
May 31, 2017 07:23 AM - s.e. smith, Care2

While bidets remain unpopular in America, they’re a familiar fixture in bathrooms all over the world. And they raise an inevitable question: Is it better for the environment if you wipe, or should you wash instead?

The answer may surprise you — and could lead you to rethink your next bathroom remodel.

Rare Footage Helps Explain What Narwhals Use Their Tusks For
May 17, 2017 07:18 AM - Alicia Graef, Care2

Scientists are marveling over never-before-seen footage of narwhals that has brought to light new evidence for what those unicorn-like tusks are actually used for.

Wildlife Safari Defends Its Elephant Car Wash
April 6, 2017 09:09 AM - Laura Goldman, Care2

During the summer at the Wildlife Safari zoo in Oregon, visitors can pay $25 to have elephants “wash” their vehicles. The elephants use their trunks as sponge holders and hoses.

Manatees Just Lost Their Status as Endangered Species
April 4, 2017 12:10 PM - Alicia Graef, Care2

Manatees have just been downlisted from endangered to threatened; and while some are celebrating their recovery, many advocates are fearing that the move puts their future survival in jeopardy.

Greenland's Coastal Glaciers Are Rapidly Withering Away
April 3, 2017 11:37 AM - Cassie Kelly, Care2

Greenland’s icy coastlines are withering away at a rapid pace. With ever rising temperatures in the region, scientists fear the glaciers may never grow back.

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