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Written by: Stephen Hall Predators such as wolves and brown bears were once a common sight in Europe and could be found roaming in every country on the continent. Their numbers began dwindling as the human population grew exponentially, and they...
Written by: Wisdom Dogbe and Cesar Revoredo-Giha Hemp is one of the oldest traded plants in the world, and cultivation in Scotland started as far back as the 11th century. Historically, cannabis – the name of the plant from which hemp is...
Written by: Audrey Henderson On a chilly October morning, Arthur Burton stood in the parking lot of the Chicago Urban League. Since its establishment in 1916, the iconic South Side organization has provided advocacy and opportunity for environmental justice communities...
Written by: Elisabeth Vogel Some of Victoria’s most important agricultural regions are among the areas worst hit by severe floods inundating the state this week. This may lead to food shortages and higher supermarket prices for milk, fruit, vegetables and other...
Written by: Annie Ropeik From spring to fall, Michael Dennett spends his days transporting sheep from his family’s homestead in Jefferson, Maine, to graze at nearby solar farms. The flock that began as a gift for his wife — “really...
Written by: Shaun M. Dougherty When President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act in August 2022, he called it the “largest investment ever” to fight climate change. He also said it would lead to the creation of well-paying union jobs to...
Written by: Joseph Winters Minneapolis, Minnesota, became the third U.S. city to endorse a carbon neutrality goal for shipping in September, joining the California cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach in unanimously passing a so-called “Ship It Zero” resolution. Minneapolis’ resolution takes aim...
Written by: Zafar Adeel The monsoon flooding in Pakistan has been referred to as a “monsoon on steroids” and described as a “monster monsoon.” These names reflect the wide devastation it has caused. This flooding has been fuelled by the hottest weather...
Written by: Kimberly White  The Republic of Kenya will continue to chart its path toward 100 percent clean energy. Newly-elected President William Ruto has reaffirmed the nation's commitment to phasing out fossil fuels for electricity by 2030.  During his inauguration speech,...
Written by: Amy White and Shannon Engstrom Extreme weather events such as hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and heat waves, are increasing in intensity, frequency and duration due to climate change. Recently, there has been a spate of devastating storms across the Caribbean...
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EU Agrees Groundbreaking New Law to Halt Deforestation in World First

Written by: Kimberly White  Products linked to deforestation will soon be prohibited in marketplaces across the European Union. EU decision-makers have concluded negotiations for a...

Wolves and Brown Bear Numbers Are Up in Europe, a New Report Shows

Written by: Stephen Hall Predators such as wolves and brown bears were once a common sight in Europe and could be found roaming in every...

Carbon-Busting Hemp Could Help Transform Scottish Agriculture to Zero Emissions

Written by: Wisdom Dogbe and Cesar Revoredo-Giha Hemp is one of the oldest traded plants in the world, and cultivation in Scotland started as far back...