Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Written by: Jeff Berardelli Right on the heels of arguably the West Coast's most intense heat wave in modern history comes the most ferocious flare-up of catastrophic wildfires in recent memory. Meanwhile, just a few hundred...
Written by: Børge Brende and Ivan Duque The need to transform the relationship between cities and nature has become ever more urgent. Over half of the world’s population lives in cities, with an estimated 1.5 million...
Written by: Kimberly White Mayors from cities around the globe are joining together to support women climate leaders. The Mayors of Sydney, Australia; Lisbon, Portugal; Quito, Ecuador; Montreal, Canada, and...
Written by: Greg McDermid, Joule A Bergerson, and Sheri Madigan Hidden among all of the troubling environmental headlines from 2019 — and let’s face it, there were plenty — was one...
Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Julie Mollins Indigenous Peoples have had a track record of managing landscapes sustainably for millennia. However, incursions into their territories,...
Written by: Jan Ellen Spiegel This year, Colorado College met a goal it set in 2009 to become carbon neutral. It’s one of a small group of U.S. colleges to reach that milestone.
Written by: Mark Maslin and Carmen Nab For many of us, coffee is essential. It allows us to function in the morning and gives a much needed boost during...
https://youtu.be/oGy4stoloQ8 Interview TranscriptTranscribed by Otter AI Kimberly WhiteHello and welcome to The Planetary Podcast. Today we are joined by...
Written by: Kimberly White Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has announced his plans to join the U.S. Climate Alliance. The U.S. Climate Alliance was formed in 2017 in response to the announcement...
Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Augusta Dwyer As they move through the rainforest munching plants and shouldering aside small trees, Africa’s forest elephant might come across as an animal...

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