The Rainforest Alliance is supporting tea farmers in Kenya by developing inexpensive, accessible renewable energy sources and reducing deforestation. On December 19, 2019, the General Assembly of the United Nations announced its decision to create International Tea Day (celebrated on May

Congress recently approved at least $35 million for research and development of direct air capture technology and $60 million overall for research into carbon dioxide removal technologies. This is the first time direct air capture — a type of technology that

The European Commission has committed to protecting 30% of the lands and oceans in the EU by 2030 as part of the European Green Deal to boost biodiversity. Environment groups have urged that such far-reaching ambitions be enforced stringently so

IMPAKTER IS PARTNERING WITH HUNDREDS OF NEWSROOMS IN THE CLIMATE COVERAGE INITIATIVE  Today, 1 June, we are celebrating the day Impakter was founded six years ago and we are pleased to announce that we have joined the Climate Coverage Initiative, a

Travel Can Only Rebound Stronger If It Rebuilds More Responsibly. B Corp Intrepid Travel Shares 4 Ways to Rebuild the Tourism Industry for a More Sustainable Future. Today, we find ourselves in a place we never could have dreamed — asking

Greening the economy is not a slogan, it is a matter for all of us, and a vital one that can make a huge difference, not only to save the planet but, more practically, to make more money. This article

The P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030) initiative brings together businesses, governments and civil society to create a scalable delivery model to support sustainable and inclusive economic growth through a network of 12 partner countries and

Plant-based plastic could be sold in supermarkets in just three years. The new way to experience the reduction of plastic use could be making its way in the form of visiting local bars and grabbing a soft drink from your local

With the COVID-19 crisis highlighting the crucial importance of a balanced relation with nature and interdependence of human, animal and environmental health, Cristina Eghenter, Deputy Director, Social Development, WWF-Indonesia, argues that learning from Indigenous Peoples is the best way to

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the spread of zoonotic diseases to the fore, with evidence mounting that bats infected another animal, an ‘intermediate host’, perhaps pangolins, which subsequently transmitted the virus to humans. Endangered bats are being culled in China and Indonesia,

Globalization has led to the rapid development of industries, nations, and economies worldwide. Countries have become so interconnected and reliant on each other for trade, manufacturing, and procurement that issues starting in one nation may end up causing major economic

In these days of isolation, worry, illnesses, and death, a lot of people are hopeful that the COVID-19 pandemic will teach us how to do things better. That it will be not a return to the past but a gateway

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