With wildfires raging in Europe and some of the hottest ever recorded heat waves around the planet, lawmakers are working more and more to push industries into reducing carbon emissions. When it comes to cars, the demand and sales of

Europe, from North to South, is experiencing some of the worst forest fires ever. Even Finland is suffering from the largest fires in its history. Although, as usual, most affected countries are in Southern Europe. Currently Turkey, Greece, and Spain

Breaking all the norms expected of women by Kenya’s highly patriarchal Maasai community are IFAW’s Team Lioness, eight young female rangers protecting wildlife in Kenya’s Amboseli UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. At just 21, Eunice Mantei is the youngest of the first ever

2021 is the year of food. After the pandemic exposed how vulnerable food systems are, two global summits are placing food front and center: the UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) in September in New York, USA (with the Pre-Summit gathering

We’re in 2021 and three-quarters of our energy is still coming from fossil fuels. Only 16% is coming from low-carbon sources, from which 11.4% are renewable (wind, solar, water), and 4.3% nuclear. We still have a long way to go

For 39-year-old Beijing resident Lei Zhou, her work rescuing, treating and releasing many of the birds of prey injured as they navigate the bustling Chinese capital on their migratory route is far more than just a job; it is her

Food insecurity is a problem that a select part of the world has the luxury of ignoring.  With a staggering 73.6% of adults in the United States being overweight, it can seem like Americans have quite the opposite problem compared

The relationship between trade and gender is complex, but at its core is a simple fact: trade often impacts women differently than men. Trade policy is increasingly acknowledging this: new trade agreements now routinely include gender-related provisions. These provisions are becoming more

After months of activism from consumers and plant-based companies, the EU has withdrawn Amendment 171. The amendment would have stopped plant-based dairy from using phrases like 'creamy' on their labels. If passed, the bill would have required hundreds of plant-based

The Government of Greenland has decided to cease issuing new licenses for any future oil and gas explorations. The decision to halt oil exploration is also the story of a population that puts the environment first. Pele Broberg, Minister for Business, Trade, Foreign

Good news in biodiversity is so rare — all we hear is that we are losing species every year — that when China announced that the beloved giant panda is no longer classified as an endangered species in China, we

A decision by the Science Museum in London to accept a sponsorship from fossil fuel giant Shell for its “Our Future Planet” exhibit has been met with protests and demonstrations, most recently by a student climate action group. Demonstrations by

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