An American-Spanish startup company is busy at work transforming a solar-panel-equipped plane into a pseudo-satellite able to do various tasks without using a single drop of fuel and to stay afloat for months at a time.
Off the coast of Western Australia, there will be two new marine parks, home to a vast number of endemic species, to protect in a more effective way the pristine environment and crucial biodiversity this area offers.
The future of aboriginal communities is looking bright: the Australian government is pledging billions of dollars over the next five years to massively reform its Indigenous policy, a decision aimed at safeguarding Australia’s unique environment and culture for future generations.
Scotland, United Kingdom, has the largest forest cover of its territory in almost a millennium, and the country plans on having 21% of its land converted into forests by 2032.
As wind power has become its main source of electricity generation, Spain intends to increase its production by tapping into offshore wind farms along its thousands of kilometers of coastline in order to meet its goal of generating close to 75% of electricity from renewable sources…
The Magpie River in Quebec’s Côte-Nord region has become the very first Canadian river to be granted the status of a legal person, and ecotourism could play a vital role in developing a local economy aligned with conservationist values.
At the end of the seventh edition of Our Ocean Conference held in Koror, Palau, more than 400 commitments were made, worth more than $16 billion, to protect ocean health as participants addressed the most urgent ocean issues.
The Canadian province of Quebec becomes the world’s first jurisdiction to ban oil and gas development on its territory, a decision most welcomed by environmental organizations and citizen groups whose implication played a major role in the adoption of the societal engagement.
In the wake of the disastrous meltdown in Fukushima, Japan, authorities are investing in renewable energy sources in the prefecture to completely phase out the nuclear from their energy arsenal, hoping to be carbon neutral by 2050.
By mid-2022, there will be 20 million plug-in vehicles on the road across the world, proof that the shift from fossil fuel combustion engines to electric ones is experiencing a boom like never before.