Joining Forces: Farmers Can Harvest Crops AND Clean Energy
According to a recent study conducted by scientists affiliated with the University of California, United States, it is possible for farmers to yield crops while generating clean energy, through the use of solar panels specially designed to benefit both fields.
Here’s to New Beginnings for Indigenous Peoples
A day after the inauguration of Brazil's new President, Indigenous affairs agency Funai reopened, giving indigenous peoples a boost of hope with the agency's own new President, a worthy change in its official name, and even the country's adoption of an unprecedented Ministry of Indigenous Peoples.
Animals Macquarie Island
This World Heritage Site Is Now Pest-Free
Once overpopulated by pests, Macquarie Island managed to completely eradicate unwanted animals in order for the Southern Ocean nation’s ecosystem and biodiversity to bounce back, in a grand-scale environmental recovery project to inspire many to come.
Founder of Multi-Billion-Dollar Clothing Company Transfers Ownership to… Mother Nature!
The eccentric owner of the American outdoor apparel maker Patagonia has decided to hand his company to a trust and a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating climate change and protecting undeveloped lands.
Waste Pickers Are Officially Champions of the Environment
Fiji is the first Pacific nation to officially recognize waste pickers as the "Collection Pillars of Recycling", marking them environmental champions whose work has had a positive impact on the country's fight against climate change and pollution.