Carbon Farming Gets A Nod At Paris Climate Conference
This week, world leaders are hashing out a binding agreement in Paris at the 2015 U.N. Climate Change Conference for curbing greenhouse gas emissions. And for the first time, they’ve made the capture of carbon in soil a formal part of the global response to the climate crisis.
Why we should all aim to be carbon positive
Tackling the world’s plastic problem
It’s #TimeToChoose Climate-Friendly Food
Introducing The Natural Capital Lab!
The Natural Step is embarking on a new Sustainability Transition Lab—this Lab aims to improve the way we measure, manage and make decisions about Canada’s natural capital.
How the circular economy could end take-make-waste businesses
21 young people from across the United States have filed a landmark constitutional climate change lawsuit against the federal government in the U.S. District Court
Portland City Council voted Thursday evening the Fossil Fuel Policy was passed by a 5-0 vote
World Bank Climate Envoy Delivers Powerful Message on Coming Low-Carbon Revolution
Uruguay makes dramatic shift to nearly 95% electricity from clean energy
Earth has lost a third of arable land in past 40 years, scientists say
ACHIEVING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY:
How the U.S. Private Sector Is Reimagining the Future of Business
“Growing Tomorrow” Forrest Pritchard
Savory Institute Announces White Oak Pastures As An Accredited Savory Hub
Taco Bell To Use Cage-Free Eggs In All Of Its Restaurants
Mark Zuckerberg And Bill Gates Join Forces To Invest In Clean Energy Technology
Dubai to make solar panels on rooftops compulsory by 2030
By studying the largest glaciers on earth, scientists hope to determine whether we’ll have time to respond to climate change or whether it’s already too late.
New York City: How and Why To Get To Zero Waste
Sustainable Cocktails and ‘Zero-Waste’ Bars Are Changing How You Drink
Product Stewardship: Whose Responsibility Is It Anyway?
U.S. Could Gain Trillions From Global Climate Change Action, Study Finds
Our financial stability is at stake, economists warn.
What can the world learn from Växjö, Europe’s self-styled greenest city?
In 1991, the southern Swedish city became the first in the world to declare its intention to become fossil-fuel free. So how much progress has been made, and does Växjö offer a blueprint for bigger cities too?