Ecology and Environment

23.06.2021

Biden Has a Chance to Oversee Biggest River Restoration Project in U.S. History

Biden Has a Chance to Oversee Biggest River Restoration Project in U.S. History

Removing four dams would promote salmon recovery, clean energy, agriculture and Indigenous rights. By Amy Souers Kober It’s hard to put into words what wild salmon mean to the Pacific Northwest. They are the heartbeat of the region’s rivers, and the annual return of salmon from the Pacific Ocean helps… »

20.06.2021

Stop Environmental Plunder, Start Ecosystem Restoration: Lingap-Canada Celebrates 2021 World Environment Day

Stop Environmental Plunder, Start Ecosystem Restoration: Lingap-Canada Celebrates 2021 World Environment Day

SPECIAL FEATURE         By Genevieve Balance Kupang    Dagami Daytoy exposed the problems experienced by the locals due to the impact of the Didipio Mine in Nueva Viscaya, Philippines. Documentary Film Credit:  Noni Abao  “Ecosystem Restoration” is this year’s theme for the UN World Environment Day (WED). Pakistan… »

20.06.2021

Love for Living Animals: The Polite and Serene Saola

Love for Living Animals: The Polite and Serene Saola

ESSAY         We must safeguard the web of life and care about the other living species that we share this planet with. Pygmy tarsiers eat and host bugs that we’ve seen at home — insects, spiders, lizards, bedbugs, lice, fleas, roundworms, and tapeworms.  The vaquita is preyed… »

20.06.2021

Commemorating World Environment Day: In Support of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Commemorating World Environment Day: In Support of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

ACRYLIC PAINTINGS/POEM         By Lily Ramos Burrows and Genevieve Balance Kupang This commemoration of World Environment Day extends beyond June 5. The care for our common home is a daily commitment we ought to uphold. All global citizens in various localities of the ecosphere need to support… »

19.06.2021

Mega, Super Mega, Ultra-Super Mega

Mega, Super Mega, Ultra-Super Mega

There is a growing trend in the consumer market that bigger is better. The spread of larger and still larger has leaked its way into almost every corner of our world. I recently noticed a virtually unchanged commodity getting caught up with this need for the gargantuan. By Luca DiMatteo… »

18.06.2021

Climate Crisis Can Lead to Improved Social Cooperation and Economy

Climate Crisis Can Lead to Improved Social Cooperation and Economy

A new study on the effects of climate crises in ancient Mesopotamia found increased cooperation and a more widespread distribution of power. By April M. Short The going assumption is that the impacts of climate disasters on institutions and economics will be negative. However, this is not always the case. »

16.06.2021

To Save Planet, Solve Twin Crises of Climate Change and Species Loss Together, Say UN Scientists

To Save Planet, Solve Twin Crises of Climate Change and Species Loss Together, Say UN Scientists

Some climate solutions can actually harm biodiversity. But there are synergistic solutions that can tackle both issues. By Reynard Loki The natural world is undergoing two enormous crises that are currently threatening the natural world: climate change and biodiversity loss. These crises are intertwined. Climate change is cur­rently impacting… »

13.06.2021

Ode to Kabunian for Iyaman Farm

Ode to Kabunian for Iyaman Farm

POEM (On the occasion of the World Environment Day)         by Genevieve Balance Kupang   Invigorated from a deep, sound slumber, a Sea of clouds greets refreshed eyes. How Magnificent! The Soul is overwhelmed by boundless artistry and… »

13.06.2021

A cultural trip to Seoraksan National Park in observing World Environment Day

A cultural trip to Seoraksan National Park in observing World Environment Day

PERSONAL ACCOUNT/PHOTO ESSAY         On the same day that the world was observing the United Nations World Environment Day across the globe, there was a small number of people who gathered in Seoul to discuss social matters. Gradually the topic developed into an environment-friendly trip the next… »

09.06.2021

Forests Are Crucial to Combating Climate Change—Will Biden Rise to the Challenge?

Forests Are Crucial to Combating Climate Change—Will Biden Rise to the Challenge?

Unsustainable logging by the forest products industry is driving massive carbon emissions. By Reynard Loki Covering a third of the planet’s land surface, forests are massive carbon sinks, absorbing and storing carbon dioxide and keeping it out of the atmosphere where it would contribute to global warming. Only the world’s… »

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