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New Zealand Schools to Teach Students About Climate Crisis, Activism and ‘Eco Anxiety’

Every school in New Zealand will this year have access to materials about the climate crisis written by the country’s leading science agencies – including tools for students to plan...
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Sustainable Finance Starts With Data

Where disclosure and data exist, there tends to be record levels of sustainable investing. Financial products related to the Sustainable Development Goals can only be developed once fundamental data is...
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How Can I Save Planet Earth?

When people ask the question, “what could I do to help save the planet?,” it is all too often on the same level as the whiny kid being asked to...
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Community-Generated Green Electricity to Be Offered to All in UK

UK homes will soon be able to plug into community wind and solar farms from anywhere in the country through the first energy tariff to offer clean electricity exclusively from...
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Mushrooms and Orange Peel: Could Biotech Clean up the Building Industry?

Cocoa husks, dried orange peel, ground blue pea flowers: the ingredients read like a tasting menu. They are, in fact, waste products that are used to make Orb – a...
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5 Priorities to Ensure Climate Action Benefits Low-Income and Disadvantaged Groups

Discussions on the social aspects of climate action have long focused on jobs in carbon-intensive industries, but they’ve started considering the broader picture. Solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and...
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What’s Good for the Planet Is Good for Business. Here’s Why

Businesses need to take responsibility for their climate impact. Embracing a greener future will unlock new business opportunities. An integrated, nature-based approach is the best way forward. We are entering...
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Plant Life Expanding in the Everest Region

Plant life is expanding in the area around Mount Everest, and across the Himalayan region, new research shows. Scientists used satellite data to measure the extent of subnival vegetation—plants growing between...
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Using CO2 as an Industrial Feedstock Could Change the World. Here’s How

Using recovered CO2 as a feedstock can boost growth and lower emissions. The market could be worth trillions of dollars. Governments and business leaders can help make this promise a...
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The Innovative Design of One of the World’s Largest Net-Zero Buildings

It is hard to build a net-zero building — one that produces more energy than it consumes — in the middle of a city. For one thing, nearby skyscrapers might...
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Want to Shop More Sustainably and Recycle Better? This App Could Help

Imagine you’re in a tech store, shopping for a new laptop. Value for money is on your wish-list, but so is low environmental impact. Luckily, there is an app for...
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Why Nature Is the Most Important Stakeholder of the Coming Decade

Shareholder capitalism has been built on the destruction of the natural world. We must place the natural world at the centre of any new model. It’s time to move towards...
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