To restore nature, we must invest more in our children
Understanding the connection between women’s and children’s rights, family planning, and the environmental crisis.
How Russia’s war in Ukraine threatens the planet
The war not only cost lives and destroyed the Ukrainian economy, it has also been a major environmental hazard.
WMO warns greenhouse gases and El Niño to push global temps...
"...WMO is sounding the alarm that we will breach the 1.5°C level on a temporary basis with increasing frequency.”
‘We need to engage people’: Scientists arrested demanding climate action
"It is us doing our jobs and holding our government to account on the commitments they have made to protect us."
Scientists have now linked worsening Western wildfires to top polluters
“This study represents a significant breakthrough in attribution science — directly linking wildfire destruction in a specific region to the largest global carbon producers.”
80% plastic pollution reduction could be achieved by 2040: UNEP report
The UNEP noted that while an 80% reduction in plastic pollution would be helpful, there would still be a need to manage 100 million metric tons of plastics each year by 2040.
Study finds high concentration of microplastics in algae growing in Arctic
Scientists found microplastic particles were about 10 times higher in the algae samples than the surrounding waters, which they are now equating with microplastics found in the deep sea.
Protesters blockade White House correspondents dinner over Biden’s broken climate promises
This past weekend, the newly formed Climate Defiance group made it a bit harder to get in.
How a tribal rights lawyer is winning back the rights of...
Attorney Frank Bibeau found a way to legally protect nature by suing the state of Minnesota in the name of manoomin, or wild rice, sacred to the Ojibwe people.
Not a green bone in their white bodies
Connecting anti-immigrant and racist ideas via population growth to environmental degradation is nothing new.