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Biodiversity Matters in Cities, Too

Recently, social media feeds were agog over sightings of coyotes in New York City’s Central Park. Many New Yorkers expressed fear over what they...

Scientist Discovers a Way to Grow Coral 40% Faster

For those of us who are adults, in our lifetime, we have lost 40 percent of the world’s corals due to ocean warming and...

UN: We Must Protect 30% of the Planet to Slow Climate Change

The United Nations has embarked on an ambitious mission to increase the proportion of land and ocean protected from human development and degradation to...

Leonardo DiCaprio and His Environmental Message

There’s no doubt that celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio have a huge stage from which to share their personal concerns. In Leo’s case, it’s very...

Celebrities Helping with Australian Bushfire Relief

At least 24 people have been killed in the Australian bushfires, reports Time, and according to CNN, 18 million acres of bush, forestland, and...

This Zero Waste Grocery Store Will Show You How to Shop

In her work as a marine biologist, Brianne Miller was appalled at the amount of plastic and other trash that she was seeing in...

6 Facts About Biodegradable Plastic

Petroleum-based plastics, also known as conventional plastics, are a scourge on our planet, polluting our oceans and waterways, killing marine life, and overflowing our...

Which Countries Are Planting the Most Trees?

The Earth is home to over three trillion trees. This number is so large that it’s almost impossible to fully grasp. By comparison, the...

New Study: Global Reforestation Is the #1 Way to Fight Climate Change

According to new research published in the journal Science, restoring forest land on a global scale could dramatically reduce the amount of carbon in...

Microplastics and Synthetic Microfibers Solutions Guide

Sometimes tiny things cause big problems. Deadly viruses are one example. Miniscule synthetic particles that don’t decompose, kill marine life, and make people sick...

Is Tuna Good for You?

The answer is: no. And it’s not good for other people or other species either. Humans have been eating tuna for a long time. According...

Murders of Environmental Activists Are Increasing

During the past 15 years, the number of people who have been killed for defending the natural environment has doubled, according to a new...
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