Researcher hopes showing at United Nations will spur further action to help the most disadvantaged artisans
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This week, I find myself sitting squarely at the intersection of clarity and confusion when it comes to my perspective about what’s needed to transform our global energy systems.
The British industrial city Manchester is pretty much known for three contributions to global culture: its soccer team, Manchester United; Herman's Hermits, the dreamy 1960s pop band; and The Guardian newspaper, the nearly 200-year-old bastion of British liberalism.
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I’ve had enough of the disheartening and visceral — albeit effective — video of a sea turtle with a straw stuck up its nose.
Facebook, long a leader in renewable energy procurements, just announced its first direct investment in a renewable energy project.
Extinction Rebellion activists are threatening to shut down Heathrow Airport with drones.
Thailand’s Maya Bay used to be a quiet cove teeming with marine life, visited by only a handful of tourists each day.
An estimated 4,000 teenagers and young people turn out in Manchester – and another 1.5m around the world – to demand they inherit a planet that is not dying
In a world awash with plastic trash, the complexity and cost of recycling plastic on an industrial scale remain a challenge, but one innovative enterprise wants to put the power to recycle in the hands of communities.