Archive for October 2020
Biodiversity loss will be ‘driving future pandemics’
Pandemics could happen more often in future, kill more people and wreak even worse damage on the global economy.
Floating gardens improve water quality, scientists show
Even a small garden makes a difference, a researcher says.
We can learn sustainability from traditional communities
Many indigenous people have had a close relationship with nature which is antithetical to unsustainable exploitation.
Pandemic action and climate action must go hand in hand
We're at a critical juncture for overcoming not one but two of the biggest crises facing humanity.
New AI-enabled tech helps to protect Africa’s banana crops
The Tumaini database is free for farmers and other stakeholders to use and has been downloaded from the Google App store 2,500 times.
Lockdowns led to historic drops in our CO2 emissions
In the first half of 2020 we emitted 8.8% less carbon dioxide globally than in the same period last year.