Support for soil revitalization is increasingly acknowledged as a powerful way to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
UN meetings should be among the first places to make health concerns more relevant to climate discussions, why isn't health more central to the UNFCCC platform?
Eleanor Partington, 22C, found renewed inspiration at the Bonn Climate Conference. Her takeaway from Bonn: familiarize yourself with climate basics but don’t get bogged down with UN terminology or technicalities.
What if governments could mobilize massive sums of money to tackle the climate crisis just as they have done to address the COVID-19 pandemic?
The nationally recognized White Oak Pastures represents an alternative vision of farming that focuses on enhancing soil and ecosystem health, reducing the impact of climate change, and correcting the harm of industrial agriculture. Jordan Hasty 20Ox, 23C, spent a week at White Oak Pastures with the Center for Agricultural Resilience in March 2022.
Emory student activists are stepping up to hold the university accountable on climate change. However, this global catastrophe is too complex and deeply rooted for students to make gains on our own. We need buy-in and collaboration from Emory’s decision-makers.
At the United Nations climate negotiations in Glasgow, the international community agreed on one of the most effective policies for addressing climate change.
Despite only taking up about 2% of our ocean’s surface area, coral reefs provide shelter to up to a quarter of all marine species. The biodiversity that arises from these ecosystems is breathtaking. Unfortunately, factors such as climate change are driving these animals to extinction.
After dinner, it’s easy to scrape your last few bites into the trash can without a second thought. Although those scraps may seem insignificant, your food waste, plus the food wasted at the pre-consumer stages of the food supply chain, add up: each year, about one-third of the global food production is lost or wasted.