Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Written by: Natalie Marchant What happens to coal mines when they're no longer in use? In Appalachia, United States, one nonprofit has a solution – restoring thousands of acres of once-surface-mined land to their...
Written by: Pete Smith, Camille Parmesan, and Mark Maslin A landmark report by the world’s most senior climate and biodiversity scientists argues that the world will have to tackle the climate crisis and the species...
Written by: Kimberly White  Nature protection policies are beneficial for both biodiversity and economies, according to a new report from the World Bank. The World Bank has found that nature-smart policies are essential to...
Written by: Izabella Teixeira and Janez Potocnik Biodiversity is declining faster than at any other time in history, with successive major reports highlighting the huge scale of nature loss. In fact, 1 million plant and...
Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Augusta Dwyer A new study published in Nature Communications has quantified for the first time exactly how much deforestation decreases rainfall in the Amazon rainforest – and...
Written by: Elvis Paul Tangem and Elvis Lyonga Edimo The Great Green Wall initiative is a reforestation project that aims to transform the lives of millions living on the frontline of the climate crisis. The goals...
Written by: Justine Townsend, Alexis Bunten, Catherine Iorns, and Lindsay Borrows The Muteshekau Shipu (Magpie River) runs nearly 300 kilometres in Québec’s Côte-Nord region. The river is culturally significant...
Written by: Stephanie Parker The worldwide populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish fell by an average of 68 percent between 1970 and 2016, according to the 2020 Living Planet Report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)....
Written by: Rhett Butler The Australian government has moved to create two new marine protected areas that cover an expanse of ocean twice the size of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Written by: Tim Radford UN experts have found a new way to limit climate change, save lives, save the economy and reduce crop losses. It’s simple: start reducing emissions of the natural gas methane and bring...

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Climate Is More Than A Concern, It Is A Common Heritage

Written by: Kimberly White  Climate change is no longer just a threat to future generations or some far away...

Indigenous Communities Receive Less Than 1% of Climate Mitigation Aid, Report Finds

Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Augusta Dwyer Even though Indigenous communities protect some of the...

Scientists Understood Physics of Climate Change in the 1800s – Thanks to a Woman...

Written by: Sylvia G. Dee Long before the current political divide over climate change,...