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Rebecca Burgess’s Quest to Transform Cotton into a Regenerative Crop

Rebecca Burgess’s Quest to Transform Cotton into a Regenerative Crop

Bay Area resident Rebecca Burgess started with a simple idea: can I make an outfit sourcing cotton, wool, and other fibers from farms within 150 miles of California’s Marin County? To her surprise, it was

Biodiversity
Mathis Wackernagel on Moving Everyone to Help the Earth Regenerate

Mathis Wackernagel on Moving Everyone to Help the Earth Regenerate

“The second biggest risk that humanity is facing in the 21st Century is overshoot,” says Mathis Wackernagel, “because it feeds into all these symptoms such as climate change, biodiversity loss, food issues, energy issues, and water. These

Climate
Don’t Despair, These Climate Leaders Are Taking Action

Don’t Despair, These Climate Leaders Are Taking Action

This week’s report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change offers a catastrophic assessment of the speed at which the planet is warming and the time we have to avert disaster. While many are

Citizenship & Rights
Humanizing Cities: Robin Bronen Advocates for New Governance

Humanizing Cities: Robin Bronen Advocates for New Governance

This summer has been, as Angela Merkel said, surreal. First, a Miami high-rise collapsed – ostensibly due to its weakened foundation, most likely from design issues and salty air, which can be corrosive to unwaterproofed

Biodiversity
Tatiana Schor Shows the Way for Other Scientists in Government

Tatiana Schor Shows the Way for Other Scientists in Government

The doors will close, and you need to put your foot in to hold the door so it doesn't close. Hold strongly. “I fell in love with Manaus. It's another world. I decided then that

Biodiversity
Celebrating the World’s Oceans, and the People Trying to Save Them

Celebrating the World’s Oceans, and the People Trying to Save Them

The world's oceans are a uniquely difficult ecosystem to protect, yet they are both a resource and a habitat we cannot take for granted. With 70% of the human population living on the coasts, millions

Biodiversity
Academics and Activists Campaign to Lower Ocean Noise

Academics and Activists Campaign to Lower Ocean Noise

Amid the clamor for urgent change to protect the world’s oceans from pollution, plastics, and industry, there’s been surprisingly little noise about the damage sound pollution can do to marine ecology. However, this is changing

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Humanizing Cities: All I Needed to Know About Jobs I learned in Kigali

Humanizing Cities: All I Needed to Know About Jobs I learned in Kigali

As cities across the world race to kickstart their economies through infrastructure jobs programs, I was struck by how smoothly a micro-version of this has taken flight in cash-strapped Rwanda. In Kigali, a Swiss Agency for

Climate
Kate Brandt on Taking Google Carbon-Free

Kate Brandt on Taking Google Carbon-Free

Google, the first company to be carbon-neutral throughout its entire operating history, now wants to go a stage further, committing to becoming totally carbon-free in all its operations by 2030 and acting as a beacon

Biodiversity
Ellen and Elin Set Sail on Different Tacks to Solve the World Oceans Crisis

Ellen and Elin Set Sail on Different Tacks to Solve the World Oceans Crisis

As the United Nations focuses on “life and livelihoods” for this year’s World Oceans Day, two women with global seas in their veins are resolute about what’s needed to achieve SDG number 14 and switch

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