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
Uganda’s first college for organic agriculture unearths climate solutions in sustainably-grown food
As governments in Africa encourage more small-scale farmers to adopt climate-beneficial, regenerative practices in food production, a college in Uganda is dedicated to training the next generation of organic farmers with hopes of feeding people without harming the planet.
Oil is staining culture in Britain, but artists are fighting back
People are using art as a form of protest against the fossil fuel sponsorship of Britain’s leading arts and cultural institutions
Cities are leading the way towards a more sustainable food system
Earlier this month, at the C40 World Mayors Conference, 14 global cities committed to the C40 Good Food Cities Declaration in order to promote and preserve the health of citizens and the health of the planet.
What thirty years of connectivity conservation planning tells us
An assessment of factors influencing plan implementation provides lessons in conservation success.
La juventud paraguaya se pone al frente de la defensa de sus selvas tropicales
Los esfuerzos de la organización A Todo Pulmón junto con comunidades indigenas para restaurar las tierras devastadas por incendios y el cambio de uso de suelo en algunas regiones, son apoyados por voluntarios de todo el país. Los proyectos contemplan varios factores, por un lado la restauración de bosques protección de cursos de agua y conexión de bosques remanentes.
Meet the NGO that is solving a severe water crisis in Mexico’s bustling capital
Isla Urbana installs household rainwater harvesting systems in Mexico City’s poorest areas, to ensure every home has clean, drinkable water.
Marine geoengineering: a dangerous distraction from real climate action
Controversial from the outset, the idea that we can deliberately ‘engineer’ the oceans to help rescue ourselves from climate change remains alive, but threatens to undermine the very marine ecosystems on which the planet depends.
A restored wetland brings hope to a flood and drought-prone Chennai
During the city’s acute water-shortage crisis in June, a restored pond was filled to its capacity and the water was used for bathing and washing, bringing relief to residents in the area.
How a Kenyan airport is flying high on its climate ambition by tackling aviation emissions
With terms like ‘Flygskam’ and ‘flight shaming’ gaining popularity recently, Kenya’s Moi International Airport is on an ambitious mission to offset aviation emissions with solar power.