Humankind
March 11, 2019

A Light Bulb Moment

Energy use has dropped in American homes and the humble light bulb can be to thanked for it. Solar panels and wind turbines have been in the spotlight, but the…
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Humankind
March 9, 2019

SXSW Is Heating Up

As the South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) kicks off this weekend in Austin, Texas, Earth's Call personnel will be there to host panels at the UN's SDG Media Zone. The…
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Wildlife
March 9, 2019

Welcome Back, Pack

When the gray wolf was first given protection under the Endangered Species Act, there were 1,000 wolves in total on American soil. Today, almost 40 years on, the U.S. is…
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Humankind
March 8, 2019

Better the Balance, Better the World

Imagine what it would be like to live in a gender-balanced world. That is exactly what this year’s International Women’s Day campaign wants us to do. The future is exciting…
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Humankind
March 8, 2019

19 Green Women to Honor on International Women’s Day

Today, on International Women's Day, we honor women in society who have furthered science and conservation. We recognize this women for having helped to shape the way we view and…
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Wildlife
March 7, 2019

What Goes Up Must Come Down…As Pollution

As familiar symbols of joy, balloons add so much to our celebrations. At birthday parties, gender reveals, football games and even memorials, balloons are everywhere. You’ve seen the countless viral…
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Humankind
March 7, 2019

A Book for Every Child

World Book Day is on a mission to give every child and young person a book of their own. Today, March 7, children all over Ireland and the UK are…
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HumankindPlaces
March 6, 2019

Are Young People Not Having Kids Because of Climate Change?

More than a third of young people are worried about reproducing because of climate change. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made a statement noting this concern last week, which drew the ire…
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Humankind
March 6, 2019

March Is for Music

Strike up the band. March is observed as Music in Our Schools Month, when emphasis is placed on the learning and performing of music by kids across the nation. Founded…
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Nature
March 6, 2019

The Future Called, and They’re Out of Fish and Chips

In fishing waters off of China and Japan, the population of fish, including cod fish — a staple for “fish and chips” — have dropped as much as 35% since…
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