The Environment

Public-Planet Partnerships: Time to Ratify Our Free Trade Agreement with Nature

According to Tariq Al-Olaimy's Stanford Social Innovation Review's article, we are not collaborating with nature to address its greatest threats.

Record Snowmelt Flowing into the Owens Valley: An Emergency or an Answered Prayer?

Anna Hohag of the Bishop Paiute Tribe responds to Los Angeles Mayor’s recent Emergency Proclamation for the Owens Valley.

Selina Neirok Leem: ‘a small island girl with big dreams’

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the World Bank spoke to Ambassador Selina Leem for her take on the future of her country, Marshall Islands.

This Ambassador could be heading to the Moon

How will the energy map be shaped on a global scale?

Dr. Enass Abo-Hamed explores why the commitment of governments is essential to keeping up the energy transformation momentum.

The US’s new chapter on Climate Action

Erin Schrode discusses why Climate Action is an absolute imperative for the US.  

How Africa is enjoying a revolution in sustainable energy

Kevin Musila looks at Africa’s remarkable progress in overcoming its energy shortage.

7 ways mobile data is being used to change the world

Standing Rock: a global environmental movement led by indigenous youth

The Paris Agreement: What is at stake for the USA?

Founder Kate Robertson discusses what the USA could gain from the biggest global compact in human history.