We Need to Understand Nuclear’s Past Before We Can Bring It into the Future

In the era of severe climate change, one thing is for sure — fossil fuels have got to go. Could nuclear power at least serve as a stand-in until renewable energy takes off?
Posted On 08 Feb 2023

Microplastics and Human Health – Tiny Particles Are Poisoning Our World

No one wants countless particulates of plastic floating in their bloodstream, yet health sciences haven’t prioritized it since plastic’s revolution — until now.
Posted On 17 Jan 2023

What are green jobs and how can I get one

In general, the term applies to any job that is related to producing goods and delivering services focused on conserving or protecting natural resources, or reducing their use.
Posted On 13 Jan 2023

How to Develop a Circular Economy to Help the Environment

Despite new environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, the world is not yet on track to remediate the worst effects of climate change.
Posted On 11 Jan 2023

Global Biodiversity Framework must advance Indigenous-led conservation

Colonialism, global injustice and human rights violations are part of the Framework negotiations at COP15.
Posted On 21 Dec 2022
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Misleading Net-Zero Greenwashing Comes Under Fire from the UN

Corporate greenwashing is rising, causing public outrage at the spread of misinformation and lies
Posted On 19 Dec 2022

Delgamuukw 25 years on: How Canada has undermined the landmark decision on Indigenous land rights

The case presented First Nations with new possibilities to seek legal action against the government for control over Indigenous territories.
Posted On 12 Dec 2022

What will the Infrastructure Act mean for State Environmental Policies

Congress's support of the development improves atmospheric conditions and air quality, enhancing human and environmental health.
Posted On 02 Sep 2021