Laurier University’s 23-year-old Scotty Creek Research Station had become the first Indigenous-led research station in Canada. The event marked another milestone in a remarkable effort by Indigenous people across Northern Canada to address the impacts of climate change.
As innocuous as it may seem, the common household air conditioner is actually a significant contributor to climate change!
Find out what’s happening anywhere in the world, including in your own neighborhood, and join in. You’ll feel better. You’ll be effective. Together, we’ll use our energy to create change to make people in power move at the rate we need to get the job done.
People are concerned about our impacts on the environment as pollution is getting worse, climate change is accelerating, and some ecosystems have disappeared. Even small energy improvement efforts by individuals add up.
President Joe Biden has called for an all-of-government response to climate change that looks for solutions and opportunities in every sector of the U.S. economy. That includes agriculture, which emits over 600 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent every year.
Menstrual Cups Are A Cheaper, More Sustainable Way For Women To Cope With Periods Than Tampons Or Pads
Every year in America, women spend at least US$2.8 billion on sanitary pads and tampons that can take hundreds of years to decompose. Is there a more economical and environmentally friendly way?
The effects of climate change can be felt all over the globe in various ways, but America’s national parks seem to be suffering more than U.S. overall landmass. The only way to really turn things around across the board is to reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions.
The climate crisis is ongoing. And, also, a bird is building a nest in the eaves outside my window. Come spring, there will be new birth. In shaky hands, I hold these two truths together.
What if there were a way to harness the oceanic forces, waves, and currently to help clean up the seas? A potential solution for sustainable clean-up is harnessing oceanic forces through ocean power technology.
The image of the canary in the coal mine is used over and over again to refer to many aspects of the climate catastrophe.