Banking on Climate?
Hundreds of workers defy Amazon rules to protest company’s climate failures
Employees ‘needed to stand up for what’s right’ despite policy barring workers from speaking about business
Danone North America Announces Partnership with rePlant Capital
Naomi Klein: Climate Solutions That Neglect Inequality Are Doomed to Fail
Ag Policy Must Value Independent Farmers Over Corporate Ag
California Can Be Carbon Neutral in 25 years—with Drastic Action
To meet its ambitious goal, the state will have to pull carbon from the
atmosphere and tackle emissions from agriculture and landfills, a new
In Cuba, greener farming means cleaner rivers
Not Enough Funding for Climate Change Prevention Research, Study Says
The misallocation of climate research funding
Indigo Ag partners with Verra and Climate Action Reserve to measure soil carbon
Measuring soil carbon is key for farmers to be paid for sequestering carbon.
General Mills launches regenerative agriculture pilot with Kansas wheat farmers
Program aims to advance adoption of regenerative agriculture practices and improve overall water quality in key watershed.
The Time for Postponing Climate Action Is Over
Oceans continue to warm
The Faces of Extinction: The Species We Lost in 2019
An artist set out to paint climate change. She ended up on a journey through grief
While therapists say that climate change-caused anxiety is growing
Humans risk living in an empty world, warns UN biodiversity chief
Ahead of the World Economic Forum, Elizabeth Maruma Mrema urges
governments to take definitive action on climate, deforestation and
Biochar Market Analysis, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies
The battle between animals and plastics
Philippine study finds microplastics inside a commonly consumed fish
AP Explains: How climate change feeds Africa locust invasion
Zero-carbon hydrogen injected into gas grid for first time in groundbreaking UK trial
Paris climate goals may be beyond reach
Activists Find Evidence of Formosa Plant in Texas Still Releasing Plastic Pollution Despite $50 Million Settlement
Congress requires probe of Marshall Islands nuclear dump (rising seas)
PFAS Contamination of Drinking Water Far More Prevalent Than Previously Reported
Circularity Global Report
Insurance industry and climate chaos costs
Australia’s Fires Show How Wealth Inequality Compounds Climate Disasters
Greenhouse gas from fossil and petrochemical production
“Grand Coalitions” with Big Oil and Gas Won’t Solve the Climate Crisis
Nearly All Americans Want to Get Off Fossil Fuels
The Amazon Lost 24,000 Square Miles of Land This Decade
What Barry Commoner’s Four Principles of Ecology Has to Do With China’s Coronavirus
“The present system of production is self-destructive; the present course of human civilization is suicidal.”
The New Industrial Revolution Will Be Undeniably Green
5 Things You Should Know About the Earth’s Warming Ocean
Why We Might Be the Last Generation to Prevent Climate Collapse
Slow Factory founder Céline Semaan details why this decade is one of action, particularly for those in the fashion industry.
Forty Years After “Baby Beluga,” Here’s Why I’m Enlisting in War World III to Defeat the Climate Crisis by Raffi (yes, THAT Raffi)
Four decades after release of iconic children’s song—and as we run out of time to respond to the existential climate emergency our world faces—I’ve run out of patience. We have just ten years to secure the future.
A GROWING SENSE OF INEQUITY IS UNDERMINING TRUST
A group of 35 men braved all odds to create a lush green forest by planting over 1.4 million saplings over the past fifteen years in Assam state in north-eastern India.
· The group say they’ve received no significant recognition from authorities, despite having spent their lives on conservation of the environment.
· Their efforts have proved an inspiration for youngsters, who have come forward to create a forest and also earn a livelihood from it.
Dispelling 5 Common Myths about Regeneration and Regenerative Business https://sustainablebrands.com/read/defining-the-next-economy/dispelling-5-common-myths-about-regeneration-and-regenerative-business
Four Farmers Weigh In on Regenerative Ag Practices At the National No-tillage Conference, Thinking Different Pays Off. https://www.agriculture.com/news/crops/four-farmers-weigh-in-on-regenerative-ag-practices
Escaping the Hell’s kitchen of climate change https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/478738-escaping-the-hells-kitchen-of-climate-change
Louisiana issues permits for proposed complex that would double area’s toxic emissions
Gone Fishing? No Fish but Plenty of Pesticides and a Public Health Crisis https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/01/17/gone-fishing-no-fish-but-plenty-of-pesticides-and-a-public-health-crisis/
Cities guide to divest https://c40.my.salesforce.com/sfc/p/#36000001Enhz/a/1Q000000MmBe/0sK2VDoRdYwGyPuXNGTakGB47EnJKXFUE5qWGpJEawg
Climate change now detectable from any single day of weather at global scale
‘Like sending bees to war’: the deadly truth behind your almond-milk obsession
Can batteries help to limit bushfire horrors? https://climatenewsnetwork.net/can-batteries-help-to-limit-bushfire-horrors/
Study Confirms Climate Models are Getting Future Warming Projections Right
Opinion: Hollywood hypocrites at the Golden Globes By Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer
George Monbiot is wrong, farming isn’t outdated — it’s sowing the seeds of our future
New Crowdfarming Platform Looks to Help Sustainable Farmers https://modernfarmer.com/2020/01/new-crowdfarming-platform-looks-to-help-sustainable-farmers/
21st century victory gardens can be used to feed the soil with carbon https://mailtribune.com/lifestyle/home-and-garden/21st-century-victory-gardens-can-be-used-to-feed-the-soil-with-carbon
The solution to the plastic waste crisis? It isn’t recycling There’s no way of making current levels of consumption ‘environmentally friendly’ https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jan/14/plastic-waste-crisis-recycling-consumption-environmentally-friendly
Plastic promises: What the grocery sector is really doing about packaging
Cory Booker’s Halt on Factory Farms Would Help the Climate Data from the EPA shows a steady increase in agriculture-related greenhouse gas emissions, much of it linked to industrial systems of crop production and the rise of factory farms over the last two decades. https://www.commondreams.org/views/2020/01/15/cory-bookers-halt-factory-farms-would-help-climate
Regulatory Rollback Tracker We are tracking environmental regulatory rollbacks of the Trump Administration. The table below links you to pages that describe the history of each rule and its current status and rollback efforts, including litigation and court decisions. https://eelp.law.harvard.edu/regulatory-rollback-tracker/
How One Utah Community Fought the Fracking Industry — and Won Kanab, a small Utah town that’s home to the famous Best Friends Animal Society, took an unconventional path to face down a frac sand mine that threatened the region’s aquifer.
Solar Farms will Capture Greenhouse Gases to Store in the Soil https://www.solarnovus.com/solar-farms-will-capture-greenhouse-gases-to-store-in-the-soil_N12183.html
Nature and business, no longer in conflict? https://www.crainsdetroit.com/conversation/nature-and-business-no-longer-conflict