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Written by: Douglas Broom At the COP26 climate conference last month, world leaders pledged to stop and reverse the loss of the world’s forests by 2030. Now satellite technology is taking a hand in ensuring those promises are kept and protecting...
Written by: Colin Sytsma The global spread of social media has created unparalleled opportunities for wildlife traffickers to advertise their illicit wares to potential buyers around the world. Traffickers can use platforms like Facebook or Instagram not only to post...
Written by: Kimberly White On May 7th, WattTime announced a new project in collaboration with Carbon Tracker, Google, and the World Resources Institute (WRI). The project will quantify carbon emissions from all of the world’s largest power plants by utilizing...
Written by: Peter Yeung In the tropical forest surrounding Alter do Chão, a Brazilian town located on a languid stretch of the Amazon River and home to what is considered one of the most beautiful freshwater beaches in the world,...
Written by: Paul Brown The amount of energy generated by tides and waves in the last decade has increased 10-fold. Now governments around the world are planning to scale up these ventures to tap into the oceans’ vast store of...
Written by: Kimberly White  Chrysler is moving away from gasoline-powered vehicles. The American automaker has announced plans to shift to a fully electric lineup by 2028.  While at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company unveiled its latest concept, the Chrysler...
Written by: Kimberly White  Hyundai Motor Company is launching a new brand dedicated to electric vehicles.  The brand is based on Hyundai’s existing vehicle named IONIQ that launched in 2016. The electric sedan was the first to offer three different electrified...
Written by: Melina Kourantidou The world’s fish stocks are in decline and our increasing demand for seafood may be one of the main drivers. But the true extent of the problem is hard to estimate, especially when fishing occurs in...
Written by: Trevor Gareth Jones Mangroves are salt-tolerant plants found in intertidal areas throughout much of the world’s tropical and subtropical coastlines. Mangrove ecosystems are highly variable, ranging from sparse, stunted shrubs to dense stands of thick-stemmed tall trees. These ecosystems provide...
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