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What is ecocide? Read up on how one international law could save us.
The EU Commission’s Farm to Fork Strategy explained and summarized.
When it comes to the protection of indigenous rights, lands and the Amazon ISA is the first NGO that comes to mind.
The vast majority of paper products are made from virgin wood pulp. In the US the majority are sourced from Canada’s boreal forest. NRDC’s report delves deeply into how the paper industry is destroying swathes of forest, which companies are the culprits and what are the possible solutions.
ice911 is at the forefront of Arctic restoration, developing a solution to the ice-albedo feedback which is causing the Arctic to lose its reflectiveness.
Find out about their leading technology which could buy climate change time.
Snowboarding pioneer Jeremy Jones founded Protect Our Winters in 2007, a global cause uniting the winter sports community against climate change.
Xylem is the world’s leading water technology company. Operating in over 400 locations and 50 countries it is committed to solving water crises around the world through innovation and smart solutions.
How do you determine whether your t-shirt is truly organic? GOTS and OCS are the two international certifications that will certify what a brand is claiming.
Founded by Paul Hawken project Drawdown is the world’s leading resource for climate solutions.
Green America publishes a Toxic Textiles Report in 2019.
The report analyses big American Apparel companies and their transparency, giving them a score. It also shows which chemicals in manufacturing are toxic and which natural fabrics we can use instead.
The CDP Forest Report summarizes and analyzes the disclosures made through the 2016 information request of 187 companies. It is aimed at companies facing commodity-driven deforestation risks, and the opportunities that sustainable sourcing of these commodities bring. The report will also be a good resource for investors seeking to better understand how the issue of deforestation might impact their portfolios.
Here BLOOM investigates the presence of shark liver derived squalene in cosmetic products. Squalene is used to obtain a moisturiser effect and is driving deep sea sharks to extinction.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change creates comprehensive reports on the current state of climate change.
Rewilding Europe is an NGO reintroducing wildlife into Europe. Check out how this is being done, through their website and publications.
Participated in the global climate resistance and you are now wondering what next? 350 has your back, here a complete guide on how to apply tactics to create real change. Drawing from historical movements, it gives a glimpse of how to act against a reluctant system.
A method of farming that enhances. Introducing Regenerative Farming and its Guidelines.
The tool for retail brands to assess and measure their footprint.
Patagonia is engaging in more and more environmental initiatives. Take a look at their 2018 efforts and check out their insights into saving our home planet.
Research by: cdp.netCDP is an international organization and registered charity that runs the global disclosure system. They focus on working with investors, companies and cities to build a sustainable economy and measure environmental impact.
Find out more on their 2018 data collection and research here!