The alternative aims to reduce climate change with simple practices and friendly with the environment
The International Union for Conservation of Nature claims for urgent actions to mitigate the risk
The friendly environmental alternative decreases cattle ranching impact
Modification in precipitation patterns, deglaciation processes, and rising sea levels are some of the reasons why large urban centers represent great vulnerability
With 95% of their electricity coming from renewable sources Uruguay's green revolution is endangered by the percentage of green house gases produced because of their growing beef industry.
Saturday 25th March we’ll listen to musicians share their love for the planet and fight climate change through their music.
World protected areas reach only 15% of its land but crucial biodiversity zones are left out.
It would be the first global conference focused on the environment since the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris agreement
The coffee country must reduce greenhouse gas emissions up to 30% by 2030, otherwise the environmental target will not be met
The lost is incalculable for ocean life
With 6,435 km of coast line the country has a 164 MW wave energy potential.
The major of the city sued 5 of the 100 companies seemingly responsible of the 71% of the climate change
Experts assured that the cyclone will bring more snow, ice, and strong winds to the East coast
This is what you need to know about his presidency’s proposed cuts and their effects.
According to recent research, pollution kills 9 million people per year
Climate change will not only affect the environment but also what people drink, the sports they play and even their moods.
World leaders gathered at Paris to establish mechanisms to fight Climate Change
Greenpeace’s report Clicking Green explores digital infrastructure’s renewable transition.
On the surface, the outcome of the Paris climate summit falls far short of what is needed to save the planet from global warming. Then again, maybe practical success isn’t the measure by which it should be judged.
While the Earth’s oceans are our largest carbon sinks, in terms of land ecosystems, the Amazon stores 10 percent of the world’s carbon, probably more than anywhere else on the planet.
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