The many faces of the San Francisco March for Science...
A look at the tremendous support shown to the world and our environment as the city of San Francisco marched for Science! Remember: Every Day is Earth Day!
Holy shit. Video footage of surviving a typhoon and not everyone survived!

'We need Antarctica, the planet needs Antarctica and it is in our interest to protect Antarctica from any further human destruction...'

By: Kim Michele

Motivated by wanderlust and a bid to get to the bottom of the climate crisis, WOC writer and Climate Reality Leader, Kim Michele , set off on an adventurous journey earlier this year to the mysterious ‘7th Continent’ - Antarctica. In the first of a series on the icy, distant landmass, she talks ...
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Climate Change in the Arctic

Pryce Ayer shared True North's video to the group: Climate Alert.
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Climate Change in the Arctic
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These scientists are researching climate change in the Arctic and noticing some alarming trends.


How cool is that?

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Artificial glacier provides fresh water to villagers
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In The Know Innovation posted a new episode.

Engineers created an artificial glacier that provides fresh water.

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Ayurveda by Curejoy is with Reese Ederspoon and 13 others.

It's Time To Follow The French

The last straw for plastic straws and foam cups and containers in Vancouver;…/vancouver-plastic-straw-ban-foam-cups-1…

Council voted to bring in a distribution ban on straws and polystyrene on June 1, 2019.

Who needs the government when we have support like this? The USA’s part in the Paris agreement is now in the hands of the people and we will do what is right.

Former New York mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg said on Sunday he will write a $4.5 million check to cover this year's U.S. financial commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement.

San Francisco - the greenest city in the USA!

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Climate Reality

San Fran may be doing more to fight climate change than any city in the world. (via The Years Project)

The future of renewable energy

Tesla’s giant Powerpack battery in Australia has been in operation for about 6 months now and we are just starting to discover the magnitude of its impact on the local energy market. A new re…
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Very sad but not surprising

Even one of the most remote places on Earth couldn't hide from the scourge of plastic trash.
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Could this be a viable solution?

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Biodegradable Bags
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We Need This posted a new episode.

We need these biodegradable "plastic" bags everywhere.

The White House is pushing for weaker vehicle emissions standards – but California, DC, and 16 other states are standing their ground.

California and a coalition of 16 other states are suing the administration over its plan to roll back greenhouse gas emissions standards for vehicles.

We caught Mars, Nestlé, PepsiCo, and Unilever linked to mass clearances of forest in Indonesia. While palm oil’s reach is not going away anytime soon, rainforest destruction and the cascading human health effects from the burning and clearing of forests is 100% not the way to get it.

Last week, Greenpeace released shocking footage of clear-cutting in Papua, Indonesia, illustrating just how pervasive the problem has become for consumer companies and palm oil traders. How much land was cleared? An area almost half the size of Paris.

Can the Great Barrier Reef be revived? On Sunday, the Australian government pledged hundreds of millions of dollars to support conservation and restoration efforts.

The government will set aside 500 million Australian dollars to help the global treasure after years of damage from warming waters caused by climate change.

Concentrations of atmospheric CO2 averaged above 410 parts per million throughout April, according to readings from the Mauna Loa observatory in Hawaii.

It was a just year ago when readings there crossed 410 for the first time.

Carbon dioxide concentrations have now passed 410 parts per million, sustained over a month.|By Chris Mooney

This is not a unique situation. Even although Cape Town might be the first major city to run out of water, they are certainly not the only ones facing this crisis.

Cape Town may be the first major city in the world to run out of water. We explore how population growth and inadequate planning may have contributed to the city's water crisis.

The future of environmental travel.

Groundbreaking zero emission vessel Future of The Fjords is delivered