Tag: science

During COVID-19 lockdown, three Australians decided to count the number of species in their backyard. The results might surprise you.

Looking to attend climate events in 2024? Check out our list of this year’s biggest environmental conferences, summits and more.

At GLF Nairobi 2023, we’ll bring you more than 120 inspiring speakers to forge a new vision for Earth. Here are eight of them.

From agroecology to bamboo farming, the Global South is full of natural climate solutions. Here are six of them to boost your knowledge.

In this news roundup: Brazil upholds Indigenous rights, fossil fuel demand to peak this decade, and the world’s largest carbon capture plant opens.

Octopus farming is the latest frontier for aquaculture. But should we really be raising these eight-legged creatures for food?

This month, three new reports reveal just how dire the state of the planet is now. But there’s still hope if we act now before things get worse.

GLF Live with Maria Helena Semedo, Jyotsna Puri and Christopher Brett

Governments are often criticized for not doing enough to protect nature and tackle climate change. Here are five times they did things right.

Here are the three winners of the GLF Nairobi 2023 photo competition, showcasing grassroots climate solutions from around the world.

Vanilla prices are soaring as demand outstrips supply. In Fiji, farmers are reaping the rewards of this highly valuable spice.

Is climate change real – and are humans causing it? Here are your top 10 climate change myths, and how to debunk them.

Urban farming took off in India during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s how businesses and policymakers can help it continue to thrive.

In this news roundup: Cities battle the heat, Ecuador votes to ban Amazon oil drilling, and how climate change almost wiped our ancestors out

A Colombian environmentalist explains what sustainable sheep farming looks like, and how local people can stand up against mining interests.