How close are we to a climate tipping point?
UK dumping off its plastic pollution to other countries where it causes serious health problems and adverse effects on oceans and wildlife
Lessons from the coronavirus pandemic for the fight against climate change
Netflix, a giant streaming video, uses dirty energies, like coal, to power its servers, and our streaming. Greenpeace is asking Netflix to give up the polluting energies
Grist built a tiny model town to show what it would look like if we tried to transition to 100% clean energy. In the real world, it can be even more difficult.
Irish EPA’s assessment of the overall quality of Ireland’s environment: the good, the bad and the encouraging
The last primeval forest in Europe is reconstructed virtually, it goes viral, then is virtually destroyed, leaving one virtual tree standing. A viral lesson
Natural regeneration by connecting native woodlands
Why so few care about the disaster known as climate change
In these stressful times it’s important to take a moment for ourselves. To tune out of the news cycle, tune into nature, and relax.
Using water-refilling stations and special edition reusable stainless steel bottles
No news – just nature
Having trouble sleeping? Feeling guilty about lying around all day not knowing what to do with yourself? Check out the seals.
Trump’s attempt to build a seawall at Doonbeg rejected by Irish planning authority
Instead of warming, arctic ice loss could turn Europe’s weather a lot colder – from Tomo News
In the mid-1980’s, thick ice covered one-third of the Arctic; today, it accounts for just over one percent of the area.
Trees that grow in form of furniture, toothpaste without tubes, re-useable swabs, planting 350 million trees in 12 hours
The local Mapuche community’s claim that the oil and gas industry has irreversibly damaged their ancestral homeland, and with it their traditional ways of life
She attributes her hyperfocus and “outside-the-box thinking” to being on the autism spectrum, viewing her condition as an advantage for addressing the current climate crisis
An animated short film created to raise awareness of the effects of plastic pollution on turtles and other species of marine wildlife
Interview with Roger Hallam, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion on its birth, theory and practices
3rd place in the Primary School’s Environmental Theme Song Competition (sung by Mia Black with Melody of Bruno Mars, Count on Me)