Do You Like Coffee? Choose the Most Environmentally Friendly Preparation
We all love a cup of coffee, but we must learn how to minimize the footprint of our daily activities on climate change.
Environmental Influencers You Should Follow
It has been 30 years since social media exists, and since then it has become the most consumed type of media.
Xiye Bastida, Another Young Voice That Stands Up at Climate Summit
Activist Xiye Bastida claimed that López Obrador’s speech had fallen short in terms of climate solutions.
Ludis Ibargüen, Makes a Difference in the Mining Sector
Some years ago it was difficult to imagine a woman who made it in the mining sector and who was widely known and recognized in the industry.
34 Years Since the Chernobyl Disaster
Let’s not forget that on April 26 1986 one of the nuclear reactors in Chernobyl was accidentally destroyed.
Do Our Habits Translate Into Support for Food Producers?
In the year 1996, during the second conference of Via Campesina, the International Day of Peasants' Struggle was institutionalized.
Oil Companies Direct Efforts Towards Climate Impact
Oil companies, blamed for playing a role in climate change, have decided to take significant action in the fight against pollution.
The Water Crisis Is Closer Than You Think
World Water Day serves as a reminder of the importance of freshwater and to raise awareness of the humans who lack access to safe water.
The Carbon Footprint Behind Emails
Did you that the emails we send every day, confirming we received a message or even saying thank you, generate tonnes of greenhouse gases?
It Is Time To Opt for Eco-Friendly Alternatives in Feminine Sanitary Products
Did you know that, on average, a woman is expected to use approximately 16,000 or more tampons or pads in her lifetime?
Energy Efficiency Day: Green Building Trend in Latam
Every 5th of march we celebrate the international Energy Efficiency Day to raise awareness of the rational use of energy.
2021 and the Preservation of Life in Forests
This year, the theme selected for the celebration of World Wildlife Day was Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet.
How To Contribute To Protect the Birds That Live in Our Cities
There are several ways we can all help birds and strengthen their conservation. Explore some of the basics in this article.
Climate Activism, in the Voice of the New Generations
In recent times, climate change has become one of the most important issues on the international agenda.
The Best Online Courses About Environmental and Sustainability
With so many courses available online, it can be difficult to make the right choice on which ones to take on Coursera or EDX.
Female Leadership in Biden's Climate Cabinet
These are the best cards from his government to fight global warming.
Our Health and The Environment: Indissoluble Formula
The dynamics of the world have caused natural capital to present variations and climate transformations.
5 documentaries that give you a new perspective on climate change
These videos will help you understand climate change a little better and the actions you can take as an individual
Satellites: Forest watchers from space
The use of these elements allows the analysis of forests and other environments to determine their current state and evolution.
The Impact of the Pandemic On CO2 Emissions
Due to various restrictions due to the current pandemic, many critical pollutants are decreasing in concentration.
How Can The Environment Affect Pregnancy and Child Development?
When a woman decides that she is ready to have a baby, it is wise to take steps to ensure a healthy pregnancy.
Fast Fashion and Its Serious Environmental Impact
There are substantial humanitarian and environmental costs that are hidden by an expensive price tag.
Will Japan Lead a Green Future?
Japan is targeting the 2050 deadline for carbon neutrality in pursuit of a green future.
Saray: The Artist who Transforms Garbage Into Art
Saray Margarita Rojas is an enterprising woman who currently works as a stylist for her own hairdresser in the San Luis neighborhood.
Meet the Colombian Scientist Expert in Shark Studies
Catalina Pimiento is a Colombian paleobiologist who has managed to decipher the greatest secrets of the megalodon shark.
Ángela Maldonado: The Tireless Defender of The Amazon
Ángela Maldonado is a Colombian activist working for the conservation of monkeys on the Amazonian border between Colombia and Peru.
These Women are Leading the Fight Against Climate Change
The mission of climate activists is crucial: to raise awareness about the impact of pollution in their own countries.
Video games will inspire 250 thousand users to take care of the planet
The alliance will implement strategies to protect the environment through video game technology
Changing course, leading in a sustainable way
The book Leading Sustainably promotes the change towards sustainability of the world's companies
Blue forests, the new protagonists of planet earth
At sea is the installed capacity to capture the largest amount of carbon on the planet
Avoiding illegal wildlife trafficking can prevent pandemics
A new UN study calls for stopping the illegal trafficking of wildlife in the world to prevent disease and pandemics
New red list of species in "critically endangered of disappearing" status according to UICN
Red List of Threatened Species confirms that the mass extinction is a reality that we live today
How the dust of the Sahara travels all over the world
Beautiful sunrises and beautiful sunsets with intense colors, are the result of one of the most fascinating phenomena of nature