Wednesday, July 28, 2021

The Organization Planting Millions of Trees in Old Coal Mines

Written by: Natalie Marchant What happens to coal mines when they're no longer in use? In Appalachia, United States,...

Mercedes-Benz to Go All-Electric by 2030

Written by: Kimberly White Mercedes-Benz is moving away from gasoline-powered vehicles. The luxury car company announced it would shift...

Four Ways to Tackle the Climate and Biodiversity Crises Simultaneously

Written by: Pete Smith, Camille Parmesan, and Mark Maslin A landmark report by the world’s most...

Greenland Halts New Oil and Gas Exploration to Combat Climate Change

Written by: Kimberly White  Greenland has suspended all new oil and gas exploration in an effort to combat climate...

Nature Protection is a ‘Win-Win’ for Biodiversity and Economy, Could Prevent Nearly $3 Trillion...

Written by: Kimberly White  Nature protection policies are beneficial for both biodiversity and economies, according to a new report...

María Espinosa and Izabella Teixeira: Humankind Needs to Promote Inclusive Development with Nature, Address...

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This Proven Strategy Can Reverse Biodiversity Loss and Boost Economies

Written by: Izabella Teixeira and Janez Potocnik Biodiversity is declining faster than at any other time in history, with...

Season 2 Trailer | Common Home Conversations Pathway to 2022

https://youtu.be/E3Qs4MlxDHw Transcript Our...

Why Are Women More Vulnerable to Flooding in India?

Written by: Deepa Padmanaban In India, floods are the most frequently occurring natural hazard, accounting for 47 percent of all natural...

How Colonialism’s Legacy Makes it Harder for Countries to Escape Poverty and Fossil Fuels...

Written by: Patrick Greiner While fossil fuels were powering wealthy nations’ economic growth in...

Maria Espinosa and Izabella Teixeira: We Need a New Relationship Between Humankind and Nature

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Amazonian Deforestation Could Cost Brazilian Agribusiness Hundreds of Billions by 2050

Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Augusta Dwyer A new study published in Nature Communications has quantified for...

How a Great Green Wall Could Help Africa Combat Climate Change

Written by: Elvis Paul Tangem and Elvis Lyonga Edimo The Great Green Wall initiative is a reforestation project that aims to...

Gabon Becomes First African Nation to Be Rewarded for Rainforest Protection, Receives $17 Million...

Written by: Kimberly White Gabon has been rewarded for its commitment to reduce deforestation and combat the climate emergency. 

Climate Change: What G7 Leaders Could Have Said – But Didn’t

Written by: Myles Allen The four-day G7 summit in Cornwall ended with little cause...

New Campaign Aims to Rediscover Lost Fish Around the Globe

Written by: Kimberly White Re:wild and Shoal have set out to rediscover elusive fish species around the globe.

Wales Goes Green with Welsh National Forest Plan

Written by: Emily Withers A year ago the first minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, announced a big step forward...

What the Documentation of 1.8 Billion Trees in West Africa Means for Climate Change...

Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Augusta Dwyer An international team of scientists has found an...

Rights for Nature: How Granting a River ‘Personhood’ Could Help Protect It

Written by: Justine Townsend, Alexis Bunten, Catherine Iorns, and Lindsay Borrows The Muteshekau Shipu...

Shell Held Accountable for Role in Climate Emergency, Ordered to Slash Emissions 45 percent...

Written by: Kimberly White  Royal Dutch Shell is being held accountable for its role in perpetuating the climate crisis. 

Scotland Could Become the World’s First ‘Rewilding Nation’

Written by: Stephanie Parker The worldwide populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish fell by an average of...

Podcast: Thomas Boudreau, Professor of Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution at Salisbury University

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Australian Government to Protect an Area Twice the Size of the Great Barrier Reef...

Written by: Rhett Butler The Australian government has moved to create two new marine protected areas that cover an...

Drastic Methane Cuts are Both Urgent and Possible

Written by: Tim Radford UN experts have found a new way to limit climate change, save lives, save the...

Gabon and Costa Rica: International Environmental Law Must be Strengthened to Tackle Wildlife Crime,...

Written by: Kimberly White  Gabon and Costa Rica have joined together to call for more ambitious international environmental law...

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