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December 16, 2020

Your guide to sustainable holiday gifts for parents

Our parents give us so much, and the holidays present the perfect opportunity to give them something back in return. Read on to learn about the best eco-friendly […]
December 15, 2020

sustainable living modules cloaked in plants

Together with Arup, Amsterdam architecture practice GG-loop has unveiled designs for Mitosis, a modular building system that emphasizes regenerative, sustainable living and urban development. Designed with […]
December 15, 2020

Biden promises US-led climate summit in 2021

President-elect Joe Biden is making it clear that he won’t be fooling around regarding climate change. He has pledged to rejoin the Paris Agreement on his […]
December 15, 2020

Court issues largest fine for wildlife crime ever for a demolished bat habitat

U.K.-based construction company Bellway housebuilders has been fined 600,000 pounds (about $800,000) for demolishing a bat roost in South London. This is the largest fine issued […]
December 15, 2020

a new park for an old LA neighborhood

As the need for safe outdoor space is more pressing than ever, the Bradley Plaza Green Alley project has opened a new community park in an […]
December 15, 2020

Our favorite environmental TikTok channels

TikTokers aren’t just young, fashionable and good at lip-synching and skits. More and more users of the social media platform are on a campaign to save […]
December 14, 2020

Sustainable clothing brand reflects employee values in the workplace

Along with environmentally friendly practices like post-consumer recycled shipping boxes and carbon offset programs, Frank and Oak is a sustainable clothing brand that prides itself on […]
December 14, 2020

IUCN’s latest Red List update comes with good and bad news

The latest IUCN Red List has declared 31 more species extinct, and about 30% of plant and animal species on the Red List are at risk […]