A charity is dedicating its efforts to the restoration of some 40 rivers around London, England’s capital, with projects destined to revitalize, clean, and return to the light some buried rivers, benefiting the environment and the population.
By the end of June, an Australian chain of supermarkets will no longer use soft-plastic shopping bags in its stores, providing its clients with eco-friendlier bags and making its part to reduce the quantity of harmful plastic from ending up in landfills.
In their quest to protect the Ecuadorian Amazon, a group of indigenous guards have welcome technology, improving the role they play in the survival of the rainforest’s biodiversity and consequently, the protection of the planet.
Part of its winning bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, Paris, the capital of France, promised to make the once heavily polluted Seine fit for swimming for the first time in a century, and it looks like that promise will be delivered on time.
For more than 30 years, fishers in Kesennuma, Japan, started planting trees along the coastal watersheds, and today, science has confirmed the hunch these men of the sea had regarding the intimate link between a healthy forest and a thriving marine life.
In order to fix the plastic waste crisis it is currently facing, the Southeast Asian country of Malaysia is imposing a ban on the use of plastic bags for retail purposes that should be fully implemented by 2025.
The Caribbean island Aruba is looking to amend its constitution to recognize the inherent legal rights of nature to exist and regenerate, linking Mother Nature’s rights to those of humans for the very survival of the island.
Now that a small Hawaiian island is free from invasive rats, scientists are rebuilding a lost seabird paradise.
Five years of combined efforts has brought back to life the Kuttamperoor River in Kerala, India, with local community members being among the first to act: today, animals and humans alike can once more reap the benefits of a well-orchestrated river resurrection.
Chevron has surrendered 19 offshore oil and gas permits in British Colombia - a win for environmental groups and the planet at large.