HumankindPeople
May 20, 2019

She Called, We Answered

Earth's Call is a new nonprofit organization fully committed to finding and funding the most innovative solutions to combating the climate crisis. The organization officially launched on Friday night with…
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HumankindPeople
May 18, 2019

Rocky Mountain Hi

The highlight of the celebratory three-day event was an immersive musical experience last night at the Benedict Music Tent, in which Grammy Award winner after Grammy Award winner took the…
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Nature
May 15, 2019

Welcome To Earth’s Call

The alarming effects of the climate crisis and other environmental disasters — from devastating heat waves, wildfires, sea-level rise, hurricanes, and floods to plastic inundation, pollution, and resource depletion —…
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Places
March 15, 2019

Youth Lead the Way on Climate

It started with just one girl. And now today, hundreds of thousands of students are expected to walk out of schools in more than 100 countries around the world to…
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PeoplePlaces
March 15, 2019

Government Inaction No More

On this historic day, thousands of school pupils worldwide have abandoned their classrooms for an unprecedented day of protest against climate change. This globally coordinated movement, promoted through social media,…
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Nature
March 12, 2019

Climate Change Fails to Extend an Olive Branch

The hills of Puglia are important in Italy’s Olive Oil production. The region’s some odd 60 million olive trees help supply almost half of Italy’s olive oil. However, it's not always…
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Nature
March 12, 2019

Mauritius National Day

The 70th anniversary of the formation of the Commonwealth of Mauritius is today, marked #MauritiusNationalDay. The holiday is due to two key events in the nation's history, independence from Britain…
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Places
March 11, 2019

Netherlands Climate Protest Draws Thousands

Some flooding can be good. Thousands flooded the streets of Amsterdam this weekend, demanding the Dutch national government take action on the climate crisis. But the Netherlands knows flooding all…
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Nature
March 11, 2019

Erie-sponsible Behavior

Lake Erie is the shallowest, southernmost, smallest-by-surface area, and fourth-largest by volume of the five Great Lakes in North America. It has also been fighting an upstream battle, as the…
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Humankind
March 11, 2019

Celebrating #RedCrossMonth

Since 1943, March has been dubbed #RedCrossmonth, a time to acknowledge the humanitarian efforts of this outstanding organization. The Red Cross was founded in 1881 by, Clarissa Harlowe Barton, a…
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