Most Recent Content from: Environment

  • Article: Australia’s Environment Scores 0.8 Out of 10 in 2019: Report

    Australia’s Environment Scores 0.8 Out of 10 in 2019: Report

    By Madeleine Keck|April 2, 2020

    Experts suggest the rating is Australia’s worst "in a century or more." Read more

  • Article: 5 Climate Action Lessons We Can Learn From the Coronavirus Pandemic

    5 Climate Action Lessons We Can Learn From the Coronavirus Pandemic

    By Joe McCarthy|April 1, 2020

    The world is showing it can work together to overcome a crisis. Read more

  • Article: All of the Rooftops in Utrecht’s City District in the Netherlands Are Going Green

    All of the Rooftops in Utrecht’s City District in the Netherlands Are Going Green

    By Brandon Wiggins|March 31, 2020

    A growing number of cities are installing green roofs and solar panels. Read more

  • Article: Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Says Coronavirus Pandemic Shows World Can Act Fast in a Crisis

    Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Says Coronavirus Pandemic Shows World Can Act Fast in a Crisis

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|March 25, 2020

    It's clear we can "change our habits and treat a crisis like a crisis." Read more

  • Article: Cars Are a Major Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions — Some Cities Are Finally Taking Action

    Cars Are a Major Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions — Some Cities Are Finally Taking Action

    By Brandon Wiggins|March 24, 2020

    Barcelona, London, and Paris are some of the cities taking major strides in getting rid of cars. Read more

  • Article: Coronavirus Shutdowns Cause Decline in Air Pollution

    Coronavirus Shutdowns Cause Decline in Air Pollution

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Catherine Caruso|March 23, 2020

    But experts have warned that the coronavirus outbreak could also halt progress on climate change. Read more

  • Article: Wales Set to Ban Single-Use Plastics in 2021

    Wales Set to Ban Single-Use Plastics in 2021

    By Catherine Caruso|March 18, 2020

    The ban will target straws, cutlery, and food and drink containers. Read more

  • Article: The World’s Wealthiest Consume 20 Times More Energy Than the World’s Poorest

    The World’s Wealthiest Consume 20 Times More Energy Than the World’s Poorest

    By Brandon Wiggins|March 18, 2020

    Yet climate change will hit the world’s poorest the hardest. Read more