In Seattle, we are many things. We are innovators, environmentalists, business leaders, technology champions, and fierce advocates for what’s right. As I like to say, Seattle is city which invents the future, and we have long been a world-wide leader

Creating meaningful opportunities for nature in our urban environments E.O. Wilson, who did a lot to disseminate biophilia in the USA in the middle of the twentieth century, described biophilia as “the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living

Collective efforts are shaping the most populous City in Australia into a greener city, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 11. Besides a growing awareness about the value of protecting modern architecture, the City is thriving to

Like many cities around the world, Sydney will be disproportionately affected by climate change. All the things that make our city unique—our natural landscapes, our beaches and our wildlife will be devastated by rising sea levels, extreme heat and the

This is Part 2 of the Wetlands International article series. Part 1 on the conservation of the Andean region can be accessed here. During our visit to dried wetlands, we stopped and spoke to Bonifacia Mamani, an elderly farmer of

Six years ago, Boyan Slat, at the time an 18-year-old aerospace engineering student, appeared at TEDxDelft to present his idea of what we could do to tackle one of the most demanding issues of global sustainability: plastic pollution. Merely a

We are currently facing a critical point for the future of our planet. As our population continues to skyrocket, we are confronted with the daunting reality of impending food and water shortages, rising global temperatures, hunger, poverty, and a general

Global warming exists on a massive, unfathomable scale. How can we wrap our heads around hundreds of millions of people losing their homes over the next 50 years? How can we convey the calamity of this scale in an image? An

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