February 26, 2020

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Timberland Launches New Documentary: "KOMBIT: The Cooperative" Chronicling Journey Toward Greener Future for Haiti

Follow the development of a large-scale, self-sustaining agroforestry program owned and operated by smallholder farmers, creating lasting value well beyond the trees

Music Stars Ask World Leaders to Reach Strong Climate Agreement

Internationally renowned artists have released a song urging world leaders to reach an effective global agreement during the United Nations climate conference in...

Keep the Heart of Borneo Beating | Kleenex Cottonelle® Australia

Orang-utans' lives are at stake in the Heart of Borneo. Largely due to deforestation, their population has halved in the last 6 decades.

Watch: Cigarette Butts, World's #1 Litter, Recycled as Park Benches

A growing movement targets cigarette waste as a solvable problem.

Watch the World's Forests Disappear on Google Earth

888,000 square miles of forest disappeared in the last decade. New maps show where. Tim McDonnell, Technology and Society.

Japan and its Significant Fukushima Leak Alert

With leaking radioactive water, BBC News reports that the change in severity, from level one to three, is "significant."

America's First Climate Refugees

The Guardian records America's first climate refugees in Newtok, Alaska, where land is losing to the sea at a dangerous level. (Video)

Will California's Cap and Trade Be Fair?

The Nation features a video and article on CA communities devastated by pollution and how the state might let industries trade emissions.

National Recycling Day: The Second Life of a Phone

The story of electronic waste. The average American replaces his or her mobile phone every 16 months. That's millions of unused mobile phones.

Superstorm Sandy: A Climate Wake-Up Call

Scientists hesitate to make a direct link between climate change and Sandy, but one thing is certain — we'll be seeing more intense...



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