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Greta Thunberg Slams Critics Who Say Fighting Climate Crisis Costs Too Much

Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg made waves in New York City this week by delivering quite a retort to those who think it’s too expensive to fight the climate crisis that threatens our planet. The 16-year-old has been one of the most recognizable voices leading the way in climate protests, and she recently arrived in the […]

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Keep Your Eyes Out For Wonderful Wildlife Crossings As You Hit The Highways For Vacation

As Americans make travel plans and get out on the highways, they face many tedious hours in the car. However, watching the native wildlife and spotting wildflowers along the way can be a memorable and enjoyable part of your vacation. If you love our wildlife, you’ll also love spotting structures built with them in mind: […]

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Brussels has a solution to make takeout meals environmentally friendly

In an effort to reduce the amount of trash contributing to the city’s carbon footprint, the people of Brussels have started an initiative to replace takeout food packages with reusable containers. When Americans get takeout from restaurants, the food often comes in Styrofoam containers or some kind of plastic or cardboard that is used just […]

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London is set to become the world’s first National Park city

The city of London is aiming to become the first National Park city in the world as part of the effort to go green and reduce the city’s carbon footprint. Cities around the globe are big polluters of the Earth. Scientific American reports that “residents of just 100 cities account for 20 percent of humanity’s […]

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Harvard undertakes solar sustainability project inspired by campus Arboretum

Harvard University is taking cues from it’s own Arboretum full of plants to undertake another innovative sustainable solar energy project on the campus that will help fight climate change. The current goal for the city of Boston is to switch from fossil fuels to 100 percent clean energy by 2050. Taking another step toward that […]

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Brazilian couple spends 20 years replanting a rainforest and something amazing happens

As deforestation ravages the world and contributes to worsening climate change, one Brazilian couple has provided an example of how we can unite and breathe life back into our rainforests. Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado grew up in the state of state of Minas Gerais on a 1,700 acre property teaming with wildlife and lush forests, […]

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Leonardo DiCaprio has quietly done more to fight climate change than most nations

While many world leaders try to figure out how they can get their nations to do more to fight climate change, actor Leonardo DiCaprio has been quietly doing something to fight it for the last two decades. Human exploitation of our planet’s vast resources has put us on a path to destruction that only we […]

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Charity plans to plant dozens of new orchards across England

The National Trust charity has a bold plan to build dozens of new orchards to support wildlife across England that is blossoming into an example of how nations around the globe can provide sustainability to the environment and their own communities. The plan, first announced in 2017, involves the National Trust turning up to 50 […]

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Australian restaurants pledge to serve only sustainable seafood

In an effort to reverse ongoing environmental concerns surrounding the fishing industry, some of Australia’s top restaurants are pledging to stop serving seafood that has been red-listed in the Australian Marine Conservation Society’s Sustainable Seafood Guide. The guide, which you can find here, was “developed in response to growing public concern about overfishing and its […]

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