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
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.
'Coal is not the answer’ declares Lamu people in a win for the environment
Communities push back against a coal power plant in Lamu archipelago that would have polluted the air and rocked their harmonious existence with nature.
Lima combate al cambio climático a través de la agricultura urbana
La agricultura urbana no solo busca reducir la vulnerabilidad climática de Lima, también es una herramienta de mitigación y adaptación.
Rewilding Britain: letting nature ‘do its thing’ could help solve climate change
Across the UK communities are trying to rewild areas of land to act as a natural climate solution.
Rare sea turtles are setting new nesting records throughout the Southeast
Scientists credit the egg-laying boom with decades-old conservation and protection efforts.
Meet the people behind the political climate movement taking North America by storm
Canada’s economy is deeply anchored on oil, but a movement calling for a climate-resilient and a more sustainable future is sweeping across the country’s youth, non-profit, and government sectors.
Meet UK's first accredited climate change teacher: ‘Children need to know what’s going on’
A primary school teacher in the UK is the first to become accredited under a new UN teaching program, so young people in school can understand the effects of a changing climate.