Sustainability

Meet Rebecca Sabnam: How Growing Up In Bangladesh Inspired A 17-Year-Old Climate Activist

When reflecting upon her childhood in Bangladesh, Rebeca Sabnam recalls wading through waist-length waters to get to school. But when…

August 28, 2020

Meet Elsa Mengistu: The Story Of A 19-Year-Old Howard University Student Fighting Environmental Racism

"I do not believe climate change is a social justice issue. I know it is a social justice issue." These…

August 28, 2020

What do Q-tips and tissues have in common? Danish startup LastObject makes reusable ones in hopes of ending throwaway culture

When Kaare Frandsen and siblings Nicolas and Isabel Aagaard first started working together, they focused on designing chairs and kitchenware.…

August 14, 2020

Meet Coyote Peterson: The Story Of How An Acclaimed YouTuber Uses His Platform Of 17 Million Subscribers To Spark Environmental Action

With over 17 million subscribers and 3 billion views, YouTuber Coyote Peterson has recaptured the charm of wildlife contemporaries like…

August 11, 2020

Italian researchers find rising global temperatures and air conditioning costs may drive low-income families into energy poverty

On a hot summer day, the air thick with humidity, nothing feels better than grabbing a popsicle and sitting by…

July 16, 2020

Major airlines at SFO will use sustainable aviation fuel from Finland company Neste to reduce carbon emissions

Neste, a Finland-based oil refining and marketing company, has announced its first delivery of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to the…

July 15, 2020

New Trump administration policy may restrict sustainability investing, making it more difficult to invest in ESG funds that ‘put social goals before profits’

The Trump administration is back with another policy change affecting the environment: restricting American's access to ESG funds. Recently, the…

July 9, 2020

More than half of the world’s turtle and tortoise species are now threatened with extinction, according to a new study published by 51 experts

On the island of Madagascar, locked gates, razor-wire fences, and 24-hour armed guards protect one of the world’s rarest treasures.…

July 9, 2020

Europe is losing significant forest area to timber harvesting, which has seen an ‘abrupt increase’ since 2015, new study finds

Since 2015, the European Union has struggled to maintain its forests. Whether it be due to the complexities of its…

July 8, 2020

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