The money will provide support to an estimated 30 local groups through NFWF’s Longleaf Landscape Stewardship Fund and the Northern Great Plains Program to restore and manage nearly a million acres of forests and grasslands.
An Oceana report finds that a mere 10-percentage point increase in the adoption of reusable beverage packaging by 2030 could eliminate 1 trillion single-use plastic bottles and cups from circulation.
A number of Fortune 100 companies are already publishing annual sustainability reports, with 58% mentioning circularity, according to a report by Green Standards, but more can be done to improve circularity in the workplace, including addressing furniture, fixtures, equipment, and the buildings themselves.
While traditional energy sources grapple with sustainability concerns, nearly 90% of U.S. homeowners with solar panels are content with those installations.
The study by the International Aluminum Institute and commissioned by Roland Berger delved into the intricate landscape of can usage, collection, and processing in Australia, Cambodia, South Korea, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam.
Anaerobic digestion, a promising technology, is being explored for its potential to treat agricultural waste efficiently.
Plant diversity plays a crucial role in shaping ecosystems, impacting everything from productivity to the storage of soil organic carbon (SOC). While numerous studies have examined the effects of plant diversity on SOC, most of these have relied on controlled biodiversity experiments.
These lush ecosystems are not just vital for carbon sequestration and climate mitigation and restoring these forests can hold the key to addressing climate change and biodiversity loss.
The report highlights that water doesn’t magically appear from taps; it originates from nature. Freshwater ecosystems are not only fundamental to economies but are also the foundation of food security, biodiversity, and resilience against climate impacts.
Unlike the usual role of floating macroalgae Sargassum spp. as a habitat for diverse marine life, the GASB inundated Caribbean coastlines, posing challenges to ecosystems, regional economies, and human health. A recent study conducted by researchers sheds light on this enigma by clearly identifying nutrients as a key driver of the GASB. This article delves into their findings and its implications for the future.