Last week, more than 500 top scientists and economists issued a letter to leaders in the US, EU, Japan, South Korea, and the UK, urging them to stop harvesting and burning forests as a means of making energy in converted coal burning power plants.
A law enforcement officer was fatally wounded and two civilians killed when a mob accosted him and three others as they tried to apprehend suspected illegal loggers in a village in northeastern Madagascar.
If the Biden/Harris Administration is truly committed to taking bold actions, they must prioritize women's leadership and adopt a feminist climate justice agenda that offers transformative, expansive, and holistic solutions.
Precipitous insect declines are being escalated by humanity as soaring population and advanced technology push us ever closer to overshooting several critical planetary boundaries including biodiversity, climate change, nitrification, and pollution.
The Indigenous Guarani people from the São Paulo coast are traditional consumers of jussara palm hearts and have been instrumental in reversing the palm's decline by planting thousands of trees inside their reserve.
Jane Worthington moved her grandkids to protect them from oil and gas wells—but it didn't work. In US fracking communities, the industry's pervasiveness causes social strain and mental health problems.