My faith has come from difficult moments – Plant With Purpose

Sometimes it’s the hardest moments of life that produce the most growth If we were to list out the most meaningful things we’ve done throughout...

Proposals to Resume Ivory Sales Roundly Defeated

Two proposals that would have resulted in a resumption of ivory sales by amending the CITES Appendices for the African elephant were...
Nairobi Hospice chairman Dr Sobbie Mulindi succumbs to cancer

Run-up to rhino awards put the selfless work of rangers and wardens in the...

Poaching draws much negative publicity but the people who dedicate their lives to conservation seldom receive any recognition. In this regard, the Rhino Conservation...

Jay Inslee Wants to Pay Farmers to Pull Carbon from the Atmosphere – Mother...

Caroline Brehman/Associated Press True to his fixation on battling climate change, today Washington governor and Democratic presidential hopeful Jay Inslee released a rural policy platform...

Oyo Government vows to end flooding

Governor Seyi Makinde Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde...

Towards sustainable food systems: diversifying markets for small-scale farmers

On the 18th of October, from 13h00 – 14h30 ECDPM will co-organise together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy and Kenya, University...

FAO regional workshop on enhancing Early Warning Systems for Food Safety

©FAO/Rosetta MessoriThe Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), organized a regional workshop about “Enhancing Early Warning Capabilities and Capacities...

Beyond maize: exploring agricultural diversification in Zambia

Zambia’s food system is not delivering enough affordable nutritious food for most of its population. In particular, the nation’s dependence on maize greatly contributes...
A troubled psyche and hotbed for white terrorism

Climate science faces challenges on YouTube. Here’s what we can do about it.

August 22, 2019 — You probably know you can’t believe everything you see on the Internet. But you may still be surprised to find...

Stop Sharing Those Viral Photos of the Amazon Burning – Mother Jones

Mother Jones Illustration The hashtag #AmazonRainforest was trending on Twitter Wednesday, with many users outraged that the mainstream media was not sufficiently reporting on the...
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China will ban ivory trade by 2017

Today, we celebrate another big win for elephant conservation with China’s game-changing decision to end domestic ivory trade by 2017. The new regulations come...
Gender and medieval archaeology: storming the castle

Climate Change: Raising Ambition, Delivering Results

DAY ONEMonday 3 NovemberSession One Taking Stock and Mapping the Road Ahead09:30-11:15What was achieved at the UN Secretary General’s High Level Summit in September? What...

UNESCO, NWRI build capacity to tackle Lake Chad crisis – Daily Trust

Restoring normalcy to the Lake Chad Basin after water level has been revitalised will require about 10 years, the Executive Director of the National...

State, local, and business leaders will continue to support US climate action to meet...

The Trump administration’s announcement undermines a key pillar in the fight against climate change and damages the world’s ability to avoid the most dangerous...

Angola has about 200 Giant Black Sable – Environment – Angola Press

The government official, who lectured at the workshop on the balance of activities of the Giant Black Sable Conservation Program held in 2018,...

Can the World’s Religions Help Halt Climate Change?

Elevating the outlook of the common good and criticizing the destructive moral foundations of society can be part of creating...

Yes, It’s Due to Human Activity: New Research ‘Should Finally Stop Climate Change Deniers’

By Tim Radford for Climate News Network European and US scientists have cleared up a point that has been nagging away at climate science for decades:...

When Nations Get Busy Planting Trees – Plant With Purpose

For over 30 years, Plant With Purpose has advocated for planting trees as a simple but powerful response to the environmental challenges that our...
A Submarine Goes Under a Failing Glacier to Gauge Rising Seas

Biomass Technology Expo attracts great interest – N$1 million worth of equipment, products, and...

The Biomass Technology Expo 2019 held a fort-night ago has put biomass firmly on the national agenda, and calendar, taking its rightful place as...

latest FAO/EBRD report on adoption of climate technologies

the new report06/12/2016 Food and agricultural value chains generate around one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions, consume around one-third of global energy and...

Nigeria’s new environment minister resumes duty

Mohammed Abubakar, Nigeria's new Minister of Environment Nigeria’s new...

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