Tags: ocean, education, philosophy, storyfest2022
Tags: cop26, SUNY-ESF, climate action, Policy, global, youth, Indigenous Knowledge, science, GCSE
In mid-August, the sunflowers are nearly ready for harvest at Schreiner Farms in Woodland, Calif. (Dani Huffman/Kenyon College)
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Ecosystem destruction, such as this pollution from a gold mine, is a primary driver of zoonotic disease reproduction and transmission. Natural ecosystems act as a buffer zone, preventing spillover of certain pathogens from animals to people.
Fruitcycle diverts landfill-bound fruits and vegetables and turns them into snacks. (Screenshot from Fruitcycle website.)
Like many large corporations, Google has made numerous claims about their environmental sustainability and mitigation efforts. (geralt/Pixabay)
Tags: corporate sustainability, tech, Policy, business, storyfest2022
Wil Burns speaks at the Negative Emissions Workshop at George Washington University. (Marija Stefanovic/GWU)
How are college students handling the transition to all e-learning? Six students at SUNY Plattsburgh provided an update.