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How Canada is taking on climate action

Posted on Thursday, August 16th, 2018 by

At a critical and challenging time for climate action in the US, our neighbors to the north are in many ways showing what it means for a major global economy to work toward a bright, sustainable future. “Canada is taking a leadership role […]

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Meet the Teenagers Leading a Climate Change Movement

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018 by

“The march is a launch,” Jamie Margolin, the founder of Zero Hour, said of Saturday’s demonstration in Washington. “It isn’t, ‘That’s it, we’re done.’”CreditErin Schaff for The New York Times Some of them met on Instagram. Others coordinated during lunchtime phone conferences. Most of them haven’t even graduated from high school. The teenagers […]

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Meet the Teens Schooling Us on Climate Action

Posted on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 by

Generation Z – millennials’ younger brothers and sisters – are increasingly finding their voices in the Trump era, expanding media-savvy campaigns for racial equality and gun control to encompass climate change. A group of high school students are now planning a nationwide series of climate marches on July 21st, when they will confront lawmakers in Washington, D.C. with […]

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Five Trends Influencing the Future of Our Cities

Posted on Friday, May 25th, 2018 by

  Visitors walk through a “pop-up forest” that stood for three weeks in New York’s Times Square. Cities are working to reintroduce nature into the urban environment, sometimes in unexpected ways. When the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency removed its climate change hub from public view earlier this year, 17 cities had a response: Each […]

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The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World

Posted on Thursday, April 19th, 2018 by

You can make the world better even if you’re a couch potato! In this infographic designed by a product review website WeAreTop10.com, you’ll learn how to save the world from your couch. read more Ecowatch

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Environmentally-Friendly Drones Sail Away for Science

Posted on Friday, March 9th, 2018 by

The Mars Rover might be the most famous autonomous vehicle teaming up with human scientists today, but another type of drone is helping researchers here on Earth. The drones are wind-and-solar powered sailboats fitted with cameras, sensors and other research tools, and two of them are set to return in April from their […]

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Mixed Forests Are Healthier, But Can They Survive Climate Change?

Posted on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017 by

German researchers have confirmed once again that a good forest is a mixed forest, a natural one, with a diversity of species. The more diverse the forest, the better it becomes at doing what forests do. Forests with a greater number of species grow at a faster rate, store more carbon, and are more resistant to pests and diseases, […]

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The seven megatrends that could beat global warming: ‘There is reason for hope’

Posted on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 by

  ‘Everybody gets paralysed by bad news because they feel helpless,” says Christiana Figueres, the former UN climate chief who delivered the landmark Paris climate change agreement. “It is so in our personal lives, in our national lives and in our planetary life.” But it is becoming increasingly clear that it does not need […]

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The Fascinating Ways Museums Prepare for Catastrophic Weather

Posted on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 by

When Superstorm Sandy ripped through New York City in October 2012, it did not discriminate. At the construction site of the new Whitney Museum of American Art, chief operating officer John Stanley recalls “mechanical equipment bobbing like corks” in the floodwaters. And at the Rubin Museum of Art, a few blocks uptown, and […]

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This Man Has Been Quietly Collecting Invaluable Climate Data for More Than 40 Years

Posted on Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 by

Billy Barr of Gothic, Colorado wears a lot of hats—literally and figuratively. Sure, the reclusive mountain man (who prefers his name spelled in lowercase) has an impressive hat collection, but he’s also a legendary citizen scientist who has been collecting a trove of invaluable data from his remote home in the Colorado Rockies for […]

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