08 Jan 2020

Australian Bushfires: In Fact, There’s Plenty We Can Do To Make Future Fires Less Likely

One of the dominant ideas buzzing around the internet is that there’s little we can

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08 Jan 2020

The Six Features Of Sustainability For Every Business

Sustainability does not have to be a terrifying concept. It doesn’t have to be something

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04 Jan 2020

Australia’s Bushfires Are A Wake-Up Call: We Must Build A More Humane Economy Before It’s Too Late

Economists used to admire scientists. Now they ignore them at our peril. Back in the

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03 Jan 2020

5 Lessons On How To Save Our Relationship With Nature In 2020

Our relationship with the natural world is broken. A million species are threatened with extinction.

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26 Dec 2019

Grain-Free Dog Food: Is It Really Better For Your Puppy?

Having a puppy can be quite exciting, they are energetic, lovable and you just want

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26 Dec 2019

Ways On How To Keep Your Pet Well-Maintained And Healthy

Pets are not just animals you care for in your home. They are loyal companions

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23 Dec 2019

The Paralyzing Link Between Climate Change And Land Use

A recently released International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report reveals that an estimate

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20 Dec 2019

The Madrid Climate Talks Failed Spectacularly. Here’s What Went Down

The United Nations’ COP25 climate talks concluded on Sunday morning in Madrid, almost 40 hours

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19 Dec 2019

The Squaring Truth About Circular Economies

The concept of a circular economy has been steadily gaining momentum as of recent years.

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19 Dec 2019

Tips For A Less-Stinky Home: How To Manage Cat’s Foul Odors

As fun as owning a cat can be, the number one issue that many cat

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16 Dec 2019

A Vision For A Sustainable Battery Value Chain In 2030

The development of the battery value chain is of great interest since it has significant

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16 Dec 2019

‘Blue’ Space: Access To Water Features Can Boost City Dwellers’ Mental Health

Officials are increasingly recognizing that integrating nature into cities is an effective public health strategy

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11 Dec 2019

International Mountain Day: Mountain High, Skin Deep

Mountains are beautiful. However, to fixate on their marvelous physicality is a huge disfavor. We

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11 Dec 2019

Climate Emergency: Dropping The Pretense

Extreme weather had displaced roughly 20 million people each year over the past decade. This

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10 Dec 2019

Why White Island Erupted And Why There Was No Warning

Five people have been confirmed dead, 31 remain in hospital with injuries and eight are

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09 Dec 2019

The Global Disparity in Carbon Footprints

Global carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) rose in 2o18, after four years of successive stability. This

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06 Dec 2019

How We Can Recycle More Buildings

More than 35 billion tonnes of non-metallic minerals are extracted from the Earth every year.

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04 Dec 2019

Energy Resilience In A Connected World

In a rapidly developing, technology-driven world that we live in, every system in our society

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29 Nov 2019

The Five Corrupt Pillars Of Climate Change Denial

The fossil fuel industry, political lobbyists, media moguls and individuals have spent the past 30

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26 Nov 2019

Where Air Pollution Cuts Life Expectancy the Most

If you’re living in these ten countries, then your life expectancy is computed to be

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22 Nov 2019

Hungry For Data, Starving The World

There are 5.9 million Instagram posts tagged #EcoFriendly.​ There’s no doubt that people all over

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21 Nov 2019

Simple Ways To Make Your Business Greener

With the end of the year fast approaching, now is the time for you to

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19 Nov 2019

What A Society Designed For Well-Being Looks Like

In early June last 2018, the back-to-back suicides of celebrities Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade,

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19 Nov 2019

Nature Is So Good for You That Even Watching It On TV Improves Well-Being

Humans have long intuited that being in nature is good for the mind and body.

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17 Nov 2019

9 Breathtaking US Hiking Trails You Need To Conquer

Hiking is a good way to connect with nature and enjoy its beauty. The 17th

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15 Nov 2019

The History Behind The Iconic Recycling Symbol ♻

When you think of the word “recycling,” the iconic green triple-arrow loop most likely comes

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14 Nov 2019

State Of The Earth 2019: Red Alert

The State of the Earth is not an annual message that we look forward to.

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14 Nov 2019

12 Simple Ways You Can Reduce Bushfire Risk To Older Homes

Seventy-five years of Australian research into how houses respond to bushfire has identified 21 main

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13 Nov 2019

Plague Was Around For Millennia Before Epidemics Took Hold – And The Way People Lived Might Be What Protected Them

One of civilization’s most prolific killers shadowed humans for thousands of years without their knowledge.

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11 Nov 2019

Environmental Stress Is Already Causing Death – This Chaos Map Shows Where

Over 12 days at the start of October 2019 eight people were killed, more than

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08 Nov 2019

How To Use Renewable Energy In Your Home

Not only can renewable energy have a positive effect on the environment, it can also

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05 Nov 2019

Climate Change, Pandemics, Biodiversity Loss: No Country Is Sufficiently Prepared

There’s little that the left and the right agree on these days. But surely one

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28 Oct 2019

Urban Green Spaces Raise Property Values, Study Finds

Properties are higher in value when they are near green spaces such as gardens and

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25 Oct 2019

As The Climate Changes, Architects And Engineers Need To Design Buildings Differently

In the past seven years, four major disasters have caused serious disruptions in the Northeast

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17 Oct 2019

How Can We Design Sustainable Urban Lighting For Our Cities

We might be taking it for granted for now, but the introduction of lighting in

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16 Oct 2019

How To Find A Great Veterinary Clinic For Your Pets

Whether you are a first-time pet owner or you are changing your vet because you

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15 Oct 2019

Surveying Archaeologists Across The Globe Reveals Deeper And More Widespread Roots Of The Human Age, The Anthropocene

Examples of how human societies are changing the planet abound – from building roads and

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12 Oct 2019

Countries with the Biggest Decrease in Carbon Emissions

In the global effort to reduce our carbon emissions, which countries are on the lead?

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08 Oct 2019

The Biggest Threat To Our Oceans Is That We’ve Taken Them For Granted

‘Most of the people on the planet … think the ocean is a problem for

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07 Oct 2019

The Future Of Urban Consumption In A 1.5°C World

In order to maintain a climate-safe future,  the world needs to stay within the established

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04 Oct 2019

Tips On Buying And Getting A New Puppy

Puppies are, as they say, a man’s best friend. They are fun to be around,

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01 Oct 2019

We Can’t Save The Planet Unless We Fix Our Destructive Throwaway Economy

Extending the lifetime of all washing machines, notebooks, vacuum cleaners and smartphones in the EU

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01 Oct 2019

Five Things Every Government Needs To Do Right Now To Tackle The Climate Emergency

If targets were enough to beat the climate crisis, we would have cause for celebration.

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29 Sep 2019

Super Circular Economy: Can Waste Manage Waste?

Last February, I got the chance to visit a sustainability conference in a small town

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29 Sep 2019

Not convinced on the need for urgent climate action? Here’s what happens to our planet between 1.5°C and 2°C of global warming

Many numbers are bandied around in climate emergency discussions. Of them, 1.5°C is perhaps the

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28 Sep 2019

UN Climate Action Summit Missed A Key Ingredient: Climate Action

A summer of civil unrest. A global climate strike bringing millions of people to the

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27 Sep 2019

Growing Pain: The Delusion Of Boundless Economic Growth

Gambling on a future of continued economic growth is a bad bet with long odds

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26 Sep 2019

How Green Spaces Boost The Workforce’s Efficiency

There is a common perception that green initiatives are bad for business.  Typically, going green

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26 Sep 2019

8 Most Sustainable Countries Around The World

From plastic-filled oceans and climate change to poor healthcare systems and unequal pay, sustainability is

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25 Sep 2019

Climate Emergency: Why Global Mobilization Is So Important

This climate crisis is almost irreversible, and it is global. And global and irreversible should

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