Wildlife
February 26, 2019

Decline in Biodiversity Threatens Food System

A recent report by the UN highlights a growing threat to our food system due to a decline in biodiversity. As the plants, animals and microorganisms necessary for food production…
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People
February 25, 2019

Are We Flushing Our Forests Down the Toilet?

A new report from the National Resource Defense Council (NRDC) reveals that your choice in toilet paper can cause major permanent damage to the Canadian boreal forest — and therefore…
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Wildlife
February 25, 2019

Elephant Killed in Wildlife Sanctuary

A male adult elephant has been killed by poachers inside a Cambodian wildlife sanctuary. In the past few years, Cambodia has become “a key transit hub for the multi-billion dollar…
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Humankind
February 25, 2019

Mobile World Congress Takes on Sustainability

The annual gathering of more than 100,000 people from the mobile-phone industry has the potential to make a dramatically negative impact on the world. Any gathering of such large numbers…
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Humankind
February 25, 2019

Oscars a Success Through the Power of Music

Last night, the world tuned in to the 91st Academy Awards. This morning, the Oscars are up for heavy review. From the winners to the speeches to the fashion choices,…
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HumankindNaturePeople
February 24, 2019

19 Ways To Throw a Sustainable Oscars Party

Explosions, huge budgets, transformative robots — Hollywood is all about excess. But your Oscars party doesn’t have to be. Here are 19 Ways to Answer Earth’s Call in 2019 with…
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Wildlife
February 24, 2019

Paws Off the Red Carpet

Nobody deserves to win Actor in Supporting Role more than man's best friend. Many of the movies nominated at this year’s Oscars feature animal actors. Here are two dogs that…
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