Saturday, April 13, 2024

Mexican government stands in solidarity with Sea Shepherd to save nearly extinct Vaquita

Illegal fishing has caused the vaquita numbers to dwindle down to less than 30.

Black voters know climate justice is racial justice

Research suggests that people of color may be more concerned than Whites about climate change.

Did Northam’s office try to hide the Dominion executives and lobbyists sitting on his...

A closer look at the people on the transition team reveals that some have been presented in a selective way that fails to mention their various affiliations with Dominion.

Female corporate leaders make firms less likely to fall foul of environmental laws

Given the urgency of global environmental problems, female corporate leadership makes an important contribution to benefit societies by improving companies’ environmental conduct.

‘Drop fossil fuels,’ over 400 scientists tell PR firm handling UN climate talks

“It’s an almost comical conflict of interest that Big Oil’s spin doctors are also in charge of communications for the UN climate talks.”

Norway Becomes the First Country to Ban Deforestation

In addition to pledging to stop deforestation, Norway is also responsible for funding several environmental projects worldwide.

This $25,000 solar-powered SUV is coming to the U.S.

“Our mission, ‘solar on every vehicle’ must be a global effort.”

Who’s making — and funding — the world’s plastic trash?

ExxonMobil, Dow, Barclays, and more top lists in a new report ranking the companies behind the single-use plastic crisis.

Say goodbye to your national parks road trips?

Get your hikes and other recreation in while you can. A new study finds warming temperatures could mean big changes in how we use our public lands.

Clean energy spreads nationwide

"This milestone is a victory for everyone who has been forced to breathe polluted air or drink unclean water because they lived near a dirty power plant."