Newsletter Vol 1 #2 Dec 28, 2021
Gandhi said you must be the change you wish to see in the world. We need to look within ourselves first and take real action before we expect others to do the same.
By studying the way Manta Rays feed on plankton, scientists in the US have designed a filtration system that captures tiny microplastic fragments without getting clogged.
Bloomberg Opinion speaks with venture capitalist John Doerr, chairman of Kleiner Perkins and author of the new book: “Speed And Scale: An Action Plan for Solving our Climate Crisis Now.”
The world’s first ocean carbon registry will allow maritime industries to directly offset their carbon emissions with a worldwide repository of ocean carbon sequestration projects.
Using genetically engineered bacteria, plastic bottles have been converted into vanilla flavouring, the first time a valuable chemical has been brewed from waste plastic.
Txai Surui is a young climate activist who grew up as part of an indigenous community in the Amazon. She spoke to world leaders at COP26 about the impacts that her tribe is already experiencing.
Playing For Change is a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music, born from the shared belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances.
Sir David Attenborough says "It's not too late to win the fight against the climate and nature crises. Given the chance, nature can recover in the most remarkable ways"
Ben Stamatovish drives a “road train” across the Nullarbor Plain every week. A couple of years ago he began using a drone to capture the isolated Bunda cliffs.
Did you know? The Pacific Ocean is wider than the moon. If all the ice in the world melted, the sea level would rise 26 stories.
Singapore’s ambitious green plan sets concrete targets, strengthening the commitments under the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
WOW is one of our sustainability technology partners. It’s mission is to hasten the transition to a circular economy in sports, music and entertainment.
Environmental artists, like the 15 featured here, are using their platforms to shed light on climate issues in new and thought-provoking ways.
Together with Worldview Impact Foundation, we’re establishing the Earth 300 Tiger Climate Park in the Sundarbans of India.
Around 1,000 of the world's rivers are the source of 80% of the global ocean plastic pollution, according to a new study by The Ocean Cleanup.