How Canada is taking on climate action

                        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,...

Meet the Teenagers Leading a Climate Change Movement

“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...

Meet the Teens Schooling Us on Climate Action

  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...

Five Trends Influencing the Future of Our Cities

  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...

The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World

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...