In a half century we have accomplished much for our planet, but not nearly enough.
Since “Tiger King” first aired, I have done nonstop interviews about the shameful commercial breeding of tigers.
Prudent spending and new work behaviours could influence how emissions evolve in future.
While governments the world over are intensifying their fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, an often-neglected, if not repressed, demographic is suddenly entering the limelight: indigenous populations.
Picture this: four wheels, a wooden board coated in glittery black griptape and jukebox on the sidewalk.
Per-capita carbon emissions in some MENA nations have been among the highest in the world.