Let’s take care of it.Continue reading “We have Only One Earth [quote]”
The world’s “insatiable greed” and mounting demand for food have significantly damaged and degraded land on Earth, risking USD$44tn worth of natural resources.Continue reading “Business as usual [quote]”
For us, every day is Earth Day.
If you feel the same, here are 52 actions and tips to make a difference, every day of the year.Continue reading “52 Ways to Invest in Our Planet: Earth Day every day [Visual]”
When it comes to climate change, money talks. Through regulations, incentives, and public/private partnerships, governments hold the keys to transform and build the green economy. Similar to the industrial and information revolutions, governments must incentivize their citizens, businesses, and institutions to build a resilient future.Continue reading “The secret of Change [quote]”
From severe storms to critical droughts, extreme weather changes caused by climate change are seriously impacting the planet. One upcoming event which has a significant impact on the environment is the fast-spending fuelled event that is Black Friday. Deliveries from Black Friday alone produce 429,000 tonnes of carbon and garden experts Primrose found that you would need to plant seven million trees to offset the effect of the day’s emissions.
Primrose have imagined what five famous gardens could look like in the future as a result of the climate crisis. By using scientific research revealing the extreme weather targeting environments in five different countries, they’ve created interactive graphics to show what could happen to the world’s most sacred gardens if we don’t act.Continue reading “How Climate Crisis could impact 5 Famous Gardens around the World”