Thursday, March 4, 2021
Courtesy of Yale Climate Connections Written by: Kristen Pope Think of the world’s deadliest animal, and what comes foremost to mind? (For purposes of discussion and fear of losing readers, let’s...
Written by: Maria Tanyag and Jacqui True The COP25 climate meeting in Madrid concluded over the weekend. As in past meetings, the talks failed to make much progress on...
Written by: Kieran Cooke The energy that has powered a continent for several hundred years, driving its industry, fighting its wars and keeping its people warm, is on the way out, fast: Europe’s coal...
Written by: Giuseppe Sala The global COVID-19 pandemic has caused immense suffering, throwing the global economy into upheaval and bringing hardship to many, including the elderly, working families and those most vulnerable in our...
Written by: Catherine Nakalembe, Christina Justice, Hannah Kerner, Christopher Justice, and Inbal Becker-Reshef Food security is one of the most pressing issues, if not the most pressing, faced by many African countries today. And...
Written by: Kimberly White Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has announced his plans to join the U.S. Climate Alliance. Earlier this month, Governor Sisolak accepted the invitation to join the bipartisan Alliance from Governors Cuomo,...
Written by: Kimberly White  The world is ignoring one of its most powerful climate mitigation tools: nature. A new film starring teen climate activist and Fridays for Future founder, Greta Thunberg, hopes to change...
Written by: Ian Boyd Around 20% of the UK’s farms account for 80% of the country’s total food production, and they do this on about half of all the...
Courtesy of Forests News Written by: Julie Mollins Indigenous federations and the Peruvian government are confronting obstacles caused by conflicts over land-tenure rights to implement effective climate mitigation programs, raising hopes that...
Written by: Ghislaine Llewellyn In Japan, it is traditionally believed that “the forest calls the fish”. This is a more romantic way of explaining how coastal and riparian forests prevent erosion and keep agricultural...

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