We can solve the climate crisis through three pillars of action
One Earth offers a pathway to stay below the dangerous threshold of 1.5˚C in global temperature through renewable energy, nature conservation, and regenerative agriculture.Learn More
London’s green fingers: How Extinction Rebellion is turning protest into guerilla gardening
Edible gardens are cropping up across London as communities try to tackle climate change one courgette at a time.
Meet the Kenyan small-scale farmers fighting climate change through agroecology
With agriculture (the backbone of the Kenyan economy) being threatened by the effects of climate change, small-scale farmers who are often overlooked when making national policies have taken it upon themselves to embrace methods that help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
How a community radio is giving voice to the climate-vulnerable in Tamil Nadu
After Cyclone Gaja wreaked havoc in Tamil Nadu last year, a community radio station started training the youth to report stories on climate change and the environment affecting their everyday lives.
Brasil puede salvar a la Amazonía a través de la bioeconomía
El último informe del IPCC remarca que la degradación de la tierra y el suelo acelera la crisis climática, mientras que un uso sustentable de los mismos resulta crucial para alcanzar los objetivos del Acuerdo de París y la seguridad alimentaria.
The 7 reasons why nuclear energy is not the answer to solve climate change
Nuclear doesn’t just have one problem. It has seven. Here are the seven major problems with nuclear energy.
Air Carbon Capture: a false climate solution promoted by the fossil fuel industry
Promoted by numerous attention-grabbing headlines of late, the technology called Air-carbon capture (ACC) is having a moment in the sun.
IPCC Report: protecting land and changing diets are key to solving the climate crisis
Scientists and governments agree that ‘business as usual’ is no longer a solution. We need a radical transformation of our society to stop climate change and better land management and food security are vital parts of that.
6,000 trees and counting - How a deeply rooted family tradition is greening communities in Mumbai
The Athalye family is continuing a 20-year tradition of planting native trees and shrubs to make densely populated suburban Mumbai greener and healthier. Their actions inspire many and contribute to building the coastal city’s climate resilience.
Ottawa could become the new hub of North America’s self-driving electric cars
A consortium of researchers, companies, and engineers are finding the safest way to bring driverless cars to Canada’s streets.