#climate action

  • Article: This Haunting Art Exhibit Simulates the Sound a Trillion-Ton Glacier Made When It Broke Off Antarctica

    This Haunting Art Exhibit Simulates the Sound a Trillion-Ton Glacier Made When It Broke Off Antarctica

    By Gabriella Canal|Sept. 21, 2017

    Ever wonder what climate change sounds like? Read more

  • Article: 13 Far-Fetched Ideas That Might Actually Save the World

    13 Far-Fetched Ideas That Might Actually Save the World

    By Gabriella Canal|Sept. 8, 2017

    Robot death traps for Zika-carrying mosquitoes, edible drones, and more. Read more

  • Article: After Mumbai Floods, the Work of Rebuilding Family Life Falls to Women

    After Mumbai Floods, the Work of Rebuilding Family Life Falls to Women

    From CHIME FOR CHANGE and News Deeply|Sept. 7, 2017

    Women in the city’s slums are working to restore their homes and care for family members. Read more

  • Article: Sea Levels Are Rising — But the Dutch Have a Solution

    Sea Levels Are Rising — But the Dutch Have a Solution

    By Gabriella Canal|June 22, 2017

    Their philosophy? Don’t fight water, live with it. Read more

  • Article: Syria Just Opened Its First Solar-Powered Hospital

    Syria Just Opened Its First Solar-Powered Hospital

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|June 1, 2017

    If there is a complete fuel outage, the solar system can power the hospital for up to 24 hours. Read more

  • Article: Senegal's Coastline Is Literally Crumbling Below People's Homes

    Senegal's Coastline Is Literally Crumbling Below People's Homes

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|May 26, 2017

    Senegal's coastline is receding at a rate of 1 to 2 meters per year. Read more

  • Article: These 9 ​Companies Are Leading the Fight Against Climate Change

    These 9 ​Companies Are Leading the Fight Against Climate Change

    By Gabriella Canal|May 23, 2017

    As it turns out, clean energy investments have also turned out to be more financially beneficial. Read more

  • Article: 26 People Dead, 9,000 Cattle Swept Away by Killer Floods in Kenya

    26 People Dead, 9,000 Cattle Swept Away by Killer Floods in Kenya

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|May 19, 2017

    The torrential seasonal rains have caused landslides and floods in coastal and western Kenya. Read more