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Nowhere to Run from Climate Change

The Earth has reached a crossroads. According to numerous studies, reports, documentaries, and books, the planet is teetering on the edge of…

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Rock the Red Ribbon

World AIDS Day takes place on December 1 each year to show support for people living with HIV, and to remember those who have passed du…

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Giving with the Planet in Mind

This Giving Tuesday consider making a donation that can help reduce the impacts of climate change.

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Climate Change is Increasing Poverty

By Gina Marks Climate change is not simply an ecological catastrophe; its effects creep into all areas of society in subtle yet significant w…

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Healing the Ozone Layer

  NASA reports of average minimum ozone in October over Antartica, and projections for the future. In 1987, the United Nations (UN) fin…

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Celebrating Recycling!

 November 15 is America Recycles Day, a day to celebrate and promote recycling in the United States. The national recycling rate is the highest it’s ever been, but there is so much more to do.

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Slow Burn for the Environment

The poor in Africa rely on wood to meet their basic energy needs. Find out what is being done to reduce wood use.

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More Dirt on Fast Fashion

Fashion is among the top five most polluting industries on the planet.  A new documentary digs up more dirt on the extent of the damage.