The arctic is releasing enormous amounts of Co2 due to the rising temperatures in the region.
Large quantities of carbon dioxide are released by thawing permafrost, this type of soil covers 24 percent of the land in the northern hemisphere. Permafrost is usually completely frozen, this stops Co2 from being released into the atmosphere, but now
Batteries are a key weapon in the fight against the climate crisis, we can use them to achieve the Paris climate agreement
Being able to achieve a sustainable, circular and low carbon value chain for batteries has the potential to keep global warming within the limits set by the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The Great Green Wall, the initiative to stop desertification in Africa
The Great Green Wall is an African-led movement with an epic ambition to grow an 8,000km long forest across Sub-Saharan Africa. In the last 10 years 15% of the total area has been completed
An eco-tour is being planned by singer Billie Eilish
The 17-year-old explained she has partnered with non-profit organisation Reverb for her recently-announced “Where Do We Go?” world tour, which is due to start next March
Adidas is on the frontline against plastic pollution
Adidas is trying to stop plastic before it reaches the ocean. In 2015, Adidas partnered with the organization Parley for the Oceans, their objective was collecting plastic pollution and then turn it into sportswear
We are going to suffer very badly if we overshoot the Paris climate target
This new study(made by Georgia Rose Grant, GNS Science and Timothy Naish, Victoria University of Wellington) shows that a 2°C warming would set off wide spread melting in Antartica
Sales of some vegetables have soared by up to 300 per cent following moves by a number of New Zealand supermarkets to ditch plastic packaging.
A group supermarkets have abandoned the use of plastic wrapping for virtually all of their fruit and vegetables in a project named 'food in the nude'. Pioneered by the New World store at Bishopdale in Christchurch, it has led
What we need to survive is a change in our culture, we must recognise that we are one of the millions of species that are on earth.
People expect that the right decisions combined with the best technical solutions are the true weapons to achieve the survival of our species, well it hasn't worked so far
Laundry lint is polluting fresh water
Nearly 2,000 polyester fibers can float away, unseen, from a single fleece sweater in one wash cycle, a new study reports.
Norway decides not to drill for oil in the Arctic off of the beautiful Lofoten islands
The largest party in Norway’s parliament has delivered a significant blow to the country’s huge oil industry after withdrawing support for explorative drilling off the Lofoten islandsin the Arctic, which are considered a natural wonder. That means there’s now a