April 22 is Earth Day, an opportunity to invest in our planet. This article explains how you can support an Indigenous-led conservation project that is planting millions of trees to rehabilitate beetle infested forest. Every tree counts!
Although in the short term, car rental services may encourage car use, they are still a step toward a congestion-free and more comfortable urban space in which parking problems and overcrowded streets will be a thing of the past, traffic experts are convinced.
For the avid “birder”, the hobby is a great excuse to go globetrotting to try and spot these colourful winged creatures, with every corner of the world playing host to endemic species. Unfortunately, however, not many of us have the time to jet off to every continent. This article explores the top countries that, if you’re determined, you can permanently resettle in to get your regular fix of birding.
Adopting an environmentally friendly lifestyle takes time, so to get you started, here are a few suggestions to help you easily make some changes and reduce the amount of waste you contribute to the planet.
Reflections by the author of her attendance at COP26. The article refers to the pact and agreements made at COP 26 and provides reflections on the author’s attendance and the presentation of her book at COP26.
We (and future generations) only have one Earth, and we’re seeing it burn before our eyes due to climate change. But by shifting the narrative and realizing that a sustainable lifestyle can actually help improve our health and quality of life, we might be able to create widespread support and change. Here’s how.
The heat is rising on our planet. If you live in a city, you may notice even more alarming levels of warmth. This is the urban island effect, a phenomenon that could actually be deadly — especially for residents of low-income neighborhoods — if not deterred.
True corporate responsibility doesn’t come from a few superficial improvements to your practices; it comes from a deep commitment to making ethical changes across the board. This is where a holistic sustainability mindset is vital.
If you want to do your part in the battle for a better future, it’s important to review your own impact on the environment and then do what you can to remedy the situation. Here are a few actionable tips and suggestions for ways to improve your homefront (without breaking the bank in the process) to be as eco-friendly and sustainable as possible.
The environmental impact of meat consumption is devastating. With an increased footprint, livestock farming contributes significantly to biodiversity loss, coral reef erosion, acid rain, land and water degradation and deforestation.