Ecology and Environment

02.02.2021

How Community Solar Power Projects Support Homeless Housing and Fight the Extractive Fuel Industry

How Community Solar Power Projects Support Homeless Housing and Fight the Extractive Fuel Industry

New Mexico’s efforts to solarize local venues paint a vision for a future of community energy self-sufficiency. By April M. Short Homelessness has been on the rise nationwide due to the economic impacts of COVID-19, and in New Mexico it was already climbing prior to the pandemic. New Mexico experienced… »

02.02.2021

‘Women’s role in science is vital’: An interview with Ecuadorian scientist Patricia Castillo Briceño

‘Women’s role in science is vital’: An interview with Ecuadorian scientist Patricia Castillo Briceño

An interview with a marine biologist from Ecuador Women’s contribution to science has historically not received due recognition. On this occasion we interviewed Ecuadorian marine biologist Patricia Castillo Briceño, who is also co-director of the EBIOAC Equatorial and Ocean Acidification (BIOMA, in Spanish) project and co-founder of the Ecuadorian Network… »

02.02.2021

Doughnut Economics Boots Capitalism Out!

Doughnut Economics Boots Capitalism Out!

The rapid rise of Covid-19 has spawned a renaissance in socio-economic thinking about the best way to face the future, as mayors of cities throughout the world search for answers in the face of declining revenues while society demands more urgent help. Eureka! Amsterdam, the Venice of the North, discovers… »

02.02.2021

Pollution Prevention Groups Press Government to Ban Non-Environmentally Acceptable Products and Packaging

Pollution Prevention Groups Press Government to Ban Non-Environmentally Acceptable Products and Packaging

1 February 2021, Quezon City. The EcoWaste Coalition and Oceana Philippines urged the national government to roll out a long-overdue policy that could help the country leapfrog to a zero waste and toxic-free circular economy. The groups specifically asked the National Solid Waste Management Commission (NSWMC), an inter-agency body under… »

30.01.2021

Enough ‘Blah Blah Blah’ From Global Elites, Greta Thunberg Declares at Digital Davos

Enough ‘Blah Blah Blah’ From Global Elites, Greta Thunberg Declares at Digital Davos

“I’m only here to once again remind you of the emergency we are in. The crisis that you and your predecessors have created and inflicted upon us.” By Jessica Corbett In yet another fiery speech to attendees of an elite annual summit, climate activist Greta Thunberg made clear on Monday that… »

30.01.2021

Largest battery factory in the world – Tesla wants billions from EU

Largest battery factory in the world – Tesla wants billions from EU

Tesla wants tax money for the largest battery factory in the world. This news comes as a surprise to the state of Brandenburg, among others. The Tesla battery factory is to be built in Grünheide right next to the Gigafactory for electric cars. According to press reports, the Federal Ministry… »

29.01.2021

“After 13 Years, Justice!” Dutch Court Orders Shell Oil to Pay for Harm Done to Nigerian Farmers

“After 13 Years, Justice!” Dutch Court Orders Shell Oil to Pay for Harm Done to Nigerian Farmers

“Victims of environmental pollution, land grabbing, or exploitation now have a better chance to win a legal battle against the companies involved.” By Andrea Germanos Global environmental justice campaigners heralded a Dutch court’s ruling Friday that Royal Dutch Shell’s Nigerian subsidiary must pay punitive restitution to Nigerian villages for oil… »

29.01.2021

No more empty promises! It’s a global strike for climate on March 19

No more empty promises! It’s a global strike for climate on March 19

In the midst of the health, economic and social crisis that the world is still facing at the beginning of the new year, the people in power are still cheating the younger generation. The necessary actions to fight the climate crisis still look like a mirage. Health and education are… »

28.01.2021

Vale’s crime in Brumadinho

Vale’s crime in Brumadinho

Saul Jones Brazilian activists continue to campaign for justice two years on from the Brumadinho mining disaster in Brazil. For two years now, the people of Brumadinho, Brazil have endured tireless searches and rescue attempts, looking for missing loved ones and seeing only mud. Brazilian mining giant Vale has… »

28.01.2021

EcoWaste Coalition Backs PH Ratification of Treaties Banning Nuclear Weapons and Hazardous Waste Exports

EcoWaste Coalition Backs PH Ratification of Treaties Banning Nuclear Weapons and Hazardous Waste Exports

27 January 2021, Quezon City.  The waste and pollution watchdog group EcoWaste Coalition has expressed support for Senate concurrence in the government‘s ratification of a global agreement banning nuclear weapons. Last Thursday, January 21, Senator Aquilino Pimentel III, as Chair of the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted proposed Senate Resolution… »

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