Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Secondhand Clothing Sales are Booming – and May Help Solve the Sustainability Crisis in...

Written by: Hyejune Park and Cosette Marie Joyner Armstrong A massive force is reshaping...

Leading by Doing – Pakistani PM Imran Khan on the Urgent Need for Climate...

Written by: Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan Climate change is one of the defining global challenges faced by...

Podcast: Prue Taylor, Deputy Director of the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law

https://youtu.be/9Fv4aPl7mYQ Interview TranscriptTranscribed by Otter AI Kimberly WhiteHello...

Europe Targets 100 Climate-Neutral Cities by 2030

Written by: James Dacey More people are moving to cities. Some forecasts predict that two thirds of the world’s population...

World’s Leading Conservation Groups Call on G20 to Invest in Nature to Reduce Risk...

Written by: Kimberly White  Twenty of the world’s leading conservation organizations have joined together to urge the G20 to...

United Kingdom Moves Up Ban on Petrol and Diesel Cars to 2030

Written by: Kimberly White  The United Kingdom has moved up its ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles from...

Green Hydrogen – Choosing Nature’s Path

Written by: Geoffrey Holland In September 2020, Barron’s reported on a Goldman-Sachs study that says, ‘Green Hydrogen’ will become...

Green Spaces Keep Hearts Healthy and Save Lives

Written by: Paul Brown A vast study of the incidence of heart disease, the amount of green spaces and...

Big Insurance Urges Government and Private Sectors to Invest in Protecting Biodiversity

Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Natasha Vizcarra Recently, one of the world’s largest insurance companies...

“Lost” Malagasy Chameleon Species Rediscovered After More Than a Century

Written by: Kimberly White  Scientists have rediscovered a “lost” species of chameleon. During a two-week expedition in Madagascar, a...

Podcast: Kim Sang-Hyup, Founder of the Coalition for Our Common Future

https://youtu.be/D8CFrW1Kpoo Interview TranscriptTranscribed by Otter AI

How Building with Nature Can Lead a Green Recovery for Our Coasts

Written by: Ghislaine Llewellyn In Japan, it is traditionally believed that “the forest calls the fish”. This is a...

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden Pledges to Rejoin Paris Agreement on First Day

Written by: Kimberly White The United States began the one-year process to leave the Paris Agreement last year and...

Singapore to Plant One Million Trees by 2030

Written by: Morgan Erickson-Davis Languishing in the soft, silty mud, the living fossil looked as if it didn’t...

How Asian Grassroots Activists Are Tackling The War On Plastic Waste

Written by: Sally Ho Every year, we create 380 million tonnes of plastic worldwide, and the demand for plastic...

Interview: Safe Operating Limits for Humanity- A MAHB Dialogue with Earth System Scientist Will...

Geoffrey Holland – You have written extensively about the human impact on the safe operating limits of our Earth’s living systems. How...

Tough Air Quality Rules are Making a Difference, Says London’s Mayor

Written by: Sean Fleming Londoners worrying about air quality can now breathe a little easier, thanks to news...

Creative Community-Based Policies in Bhutan Reveal Benefits of Planted Forests

Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Julie Mollins An innovative community-based forest management policy has resolved...

Podcast: Janene Yazzie, Co-Convenor of the UN Indigenous Peoples Major Group for Sustainable Development

https://youtu.be/Necvxz3c1n0 Interview TranscriptTranscribed by Otter AI Kimberly WhiteHello...

Restoring Seagrasses Can Bring Coastal Bays Back to Life

Written by: Robert J. Orth, Jonathan Lefcheck, and Karen McGlathery A century ago Virginia’s...

Empowering Food Security Strategies Amidst a Pandemic in Malaysia

Written by: Dr. Jeyanny Vijayanathan The COVID-19 pandemic swept the world without a warning, disrupting many industries and food...

“There’s a Monster in my Kitchen” Highlights Devastating Impacts of Industrial Meat Production

Written by: Kimberly White  A new film by Greenpeace UK is highlighting the devastating impacts of industrial meat production...

Jellies Transfer a Significant Amount of Carbon to the Deep Ocean

Written by: Rachel Fritts New research suggests jellies play a more valuable role in food webs and carbon storage...

Podcast: Karl Burkart, Co-Founder and Managing Director of One Earth

https://youtu.be/o-LY7VzFMGc Interview TranscriptTranscribed by Otter AI
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