Archive for November 2021
Study: Sports can lower its emissions with COVID strategies
A Canadian researcher says North America's sports leagues can reduce emissions through long-term use of strategies adopted during COVID.
We can no longer ignore the climate impacts of shopping
Every step in the supply chain to get a product to your home increases greenhouse gas emissions, driving climate change.
New technologies will make the fashion industry more sustainable
In 2022, some innovations could make fashion more sustainable — and boost customer satisfaction.
Invasive species are threatening Antarctica’s fragile ecosystems
Photo: Pixabay/Edu_Ruiz We tend to think Antarctica is isolated and far away – biologically speaking, this is true. But the continent is busier than you probably imagine, with many national programs and tourist operators crisscrossing the globe to get there.
Citing gas supply, Bulb is latest UK energy supplier to fall
Energy supplier Bulb is the latest of nearly two dozen UK companies to falter, as the UK and Europe deal with a winter energy crisis.
Why bottom trawling must be banned by the EU
If we are sincere about protecting our ocean and its resources, we must end bottom trawling.