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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 […]
December 14, 2020

EPA finalizes rule to make efforts against climate change more difficult

Like an evil troll throwing a curse over its shoulder before being banished from the kingdom, President Donald Trump’s EPA finalized a rule that could make […]
December 14, 2020

Good Days brings sustainable activewear to Hong Kong

Out of yoga studios and into closets all over the world, activewear remains a huge fashion trend. One company in Hong Kong is putting a twist […]