In order to feed the world’s population, land is being cleared in some of the most biodiverse parts of the globe,. Forests are replaced by livestock and crops which, in turn, generate large amounts of greenhouse gases.
Forestry and agriculture account for 24% of GHG emissions making deforestation an important contributor to climate change. At the current rate of destruction, the world’s rainforest could completely disappear within 100 years.
Fossil fuel dependency is starting to shift quickly towards cleaner and environmentally friendly options.
Climate change and COVID-19 are both intrinsically tangled and bring up two questions: what is the impact of Coronavirus on Climate Change and Health and what kind of future is considered in a post-COVID-19 world?
From food crops to our plate: the environmental impact and how, as consumers, can we improve our food choices to help?
The global food system will need to go through fundamental shifts in order to reduce carbon emissions .
Youth-led climate change movements have shaped a new public opinion about the critical environmental state of the planet. Why collective behavior is important and how can you get involved?
We are delighted to announce that we have been accepted onto the Summer Cohort of London & Partners’s Business Growth Program which will take place between June and September this year.
The aviation industry is suffering economic losses as COVID-19 has haltered all international flights. What are its environmental implications and how the pandemic is going to affect net-zero pledges?
The COVID-19 crisis may have given global greenhouse gas emissions some well needed break, as carbon emissions drop 5%, something not seen since World War II.