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This week, we have a guest post by Rosmel Rodriguez, a political scientist who writes about how to address the ecological crisis.
We also have stories about how Fashion Revolution is changing the fashion industry, how carbon credits are being validated, an artist who donated their proceeds to an environmental organization, the United Arab Emirates ban on single-use plastic, and how marine regulations can save sharks and manta rays.
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Guest Post by: Rosmel Rodriguez, political scientist
The world faces an unprecedented ecological crisis, threatening the survival of our species and life on Earth. Global warming, biodiversity loss, and pollution of our ecosystems are just some of the problems we face today. Read More
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Fashion Revolution mobilizes citizens, brands and policymakers through research, education and advocacy. The team at Fashion Revolution work to advocate for policy change, industry change, and cultural change. Read More
Carbon credits have become an increasingly important tool in the fight against climate change. By allowing companies and organizations to offset their greenhouse gas emissions by supporting sustainable and socially responsible projects, carbon credits can help to reduce overall carbon emissions and promote sustainability. Read More
Love and connection are two things we need in our new world more than anything. LA-based artist and producer Joe Boston, aka Shallou, knows this all too well. Read More
In one of the world’s most crucial oil pricing regions, single-use plastic will be all but eliminated on January 1, 2024. Read More
The report says that under an adequate management plan, shark populations bounce back even with ongoing pressures from fishing. Read More
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