I still get lost in New York. I will probably still always get lost in New York. Because it is a gigantic city, but also because I have a terrible sense of direction that even my phone GPS can’t rectify.

Article co-written by Brendon Anthony and Geoff Bishop By 2050 there is going to be an estimated nine billion people on the planet. Industrial Agriculture Is Not the Solution to Feeding the Planet This statistic is constantly stated in respect to the growing

This article is part of an editorial collaboration with Earth.Org. The Earth.Org Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. The greatest conservation success story in the 21st century is the exponential growth of protected areas–a primary defense mechanism

No matter where you are in the world – water is imperative for all living things. In Orange County, we live between two extremes: an abundance of salty water to our west and a limited supply of fresh water to

We live in an era where climate change will increase the number and severity of natural disasters — impacting more communities. Drought, wildfires, extreme heat events, and hurricanes will continue to afflict communities. This increase will occur not only in traditional

Our featured Silicon Valley Insider is addressing one of the most serious threats to our planet's coasts and lakes: nutrient pollution. Last week, Phospholutions, a State College, PA-based fertilizer startup, raised up to $1.5m in funding. Backers in the deal included 1855

Worldwide Trends Point to a Brighter Future for Renewable Infrastructure and SDG Financing As the CEO of Bertelsmann Stiftung recently pointed out, “the clock is ticking on the SDGs.” But the same clock is also ticking on global warming. As climate

Two books that changed the world: David Wallace-Wells’ The Uninhabitable Earth, like Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, makes it impossible to ignore the issue You are concerned with climate change but the avalanche of news numbs you. Don’t feel guilty, you are

We got used to news about wildfires erupting across the world. Global warming lead to situations when state authorities are often caught off guard as the extent of wildfires has been gradually increasing. When a calamity of this kind happens,

Transcending differences in geography, language, culture and politics, four cities from the U.S., three from Germany, one from Poland and three urban districts from China have worked together for the past two years to tackle common challenges such as environmental

Forests are the lungs of our planet. The statistics show gradual deforestation in all countries. According to the FAO report the world’s forest area decreased from 31.6% of the global land area to 30.6%  between 1990 and 2015. But it

We don’t have to be climatologists to acknowledge that climate change is real. Nowhere is it more noticeable than in the Arctic, where temperatures have risen two times as the global average. A quick Google search is enough to find

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