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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.
Carly Vynne Baker presents a Global Deal For Nature
Carly Vynne Baker presents a Global Deal For Nature at the Geo For Good Summit, 2019.
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.
The beef farmer who gave away his cows and turned vegan
Jay Wilde could no longer face raising cattle for slaughter, and so decided to turn his farm vegan after donating his herd to a sanctuary.
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.
La sabiduría indígena que puede frenar los incendios en Bolivia
La difusión de esta sabiduría indígena es una tarea vital para generar conciencia que permita la conservación y discusión de medios alternativos de desarrollo.
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.