Environmentally Friendly News
No typical double date: Trumps, Macrons dine at Mount Vernon
With Iran and a list of other tough issues awaiting them, President Donald Trump and France's Emmanuel Macron start off the French president's three-day visit with an anything-but-ordinary double date with their wives at George Washington's house
How to make your wedding more environmentally friendly
From metal straws to locally sourced food, you can make a difference during the happiest day of your life.
San Francisco to require permits for rental scooters
San Francisco's city attorney has issued cease-and-desist orders to three companies that last month began deploying scooters in the city that is often at the forefront of tech innovation
London's iconic black cabs go electric
The new breed of the iconic black cab has begun to make its silent way onto the roads of London. Since the beginning of this year, new rules imposed by the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, mean that every new taxi licensed must be “zero-emission capable," and according to the transport system Transport
Snapchat promises more tweaks to address user complaints over app redesign
Over a million Snapchat users signed a petition opposing the latest changes.
Ford powers up for electric cars
In today's tech thanks fort Howard up on electric cars in the auto makers investing another eleven billion dollars that's up for a half billion from a previously mentioned it would do. Expect those vehicle so be launched by 20/20 and people lining up to get their first look at the new Tesla
SPECIAL REPORT: Trump holds joint news conference with Norway's prime minister
This is an ABC news. George Stefan. Good afternoon coming on here right now because president trump is in. East room of the White House and the prime minister of Norway see her right there in a sober about to hold a press conference about to take questions. There in the east Germans wolf first full
Zoo animals get in the Halloween spirit by smashing pumpkins, gourds
Halloween is not just for humans. Zoo animals are getting into the Halloween spirit by smashing seasonal treats. From grizzly bears to chimpanzees to anteaters, animals chomped on pumpkins, gourds and cornstalks at the Detroit Zoo Wednesday. The animals enjoyed a farm-to-table smorgasbord of treats
Bracing for strong future hurricanes in coastal cities, without knowing patterns
The devastation left in coastal U.S. cities after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has many wondering if multiple, high-category hurricanes making landfall will be a "new normal" moving forward, leaving questions about how coastal cities can prepare for future storms. Though scientists are reluctant to
Why eating and cooking organic can be beneficial to your health
ABC News' Olivia Smith interviews Chef Tara Punzone on the health benefits of eating organic.