Tuesday, February 7, 2023
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Please tell us more about yourselves and your backgrounds. How did you first get involved in the climate space?  Bob is a retired United Methodist Minister of 40-plus years. Anita is a retired clinical social worker. We have led lives...
With great sadness, we share the news of the passing of our friend and colleague, Dr. Will Steffen. A leading thinker and steadfast advocate for climate action, Will is remembered by those close to him for his kindness, generosity,...
Written by: Christopher Boone & Karen C. Seto To meet today’s global sustainability challenges, the corporate world needs more than a few chief sustainability officers – it needs an army of employees, in all areas of business, thinking about sustainability in...
Written by: Green Diplomacy Staff 2023 ambitiously starts with the launch in January of the new blog "Green Diplomacy": a forum for diplomatic action in international environmental law, where renowned jurists and practitioners provide diplomats with actionable legal proposals. It is...
Written by: Kimberly White The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a new funding initiative to boost environmental justice programs.  The EPA will award $100 million to projects aimed at advancing environmental justice in communities disproportionately impacted by industrial...
Written by: Kimberly White The City of West Palm Beach is hosting its first tree giveaway of 2023. The Florida city is calling on local residents and businesses to help it reach its goal of planting 10,000 trees by 2025.  The...
Written by: Stephen Hall Uruguay is the smallest Spanish-speaking country in South America, known for its impressive coastline, high standard of living, low poverty rates and a football team that tends to punch above its weight. It’s also one of...
Written by: Daisy Simmons 'Tis the season for conundrums — at least for the climate-conscious who find themselves torn between reducing carbon emissions and holiday gift giving. So take heart: It IS possible to indulge in your generous nature while...
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...
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Wake Up World: A Curriculum on the Climate Crisis for Faith and Community Groups

Please tell us more about yourselves and your backgrounds. How did you first get involved in the climate space?  Bob is a retired United Methodist...

Dr. Will Steffen Tribute

With great sadness, we share the news of the passing of our friend and colleague, Dr. Will Steffen. A leading thinker and steadfast advocate...

Scotland Bans Sport of Fox Hunting

Written by: Kimberly White  The sport of fox hunting has been relegated to the past in Scotland. The Scottish Government has recently passed legislation limiting...