Meet SIRENA – new accessory brand that uses 100% vegan leather and contributes to...

Available to purchase this Christmas is a brand new range of cruelty-free vegan handbags that are crafted by local artisans in Italy using buttery soft 100% organic cactus leather.

Bboxx launches bPower20, aims to make solar energy more accessible in Africa 

Bboxx, a next-generation utility that manufactures, distributes, and finances decentralized solar powered systems in developing countries, has launched the bPower20 product, to make solar energy more accessible at scale.

Project oxygen: Bangladeshi youths planting 49,000 trees to save the Sundarbans

The Sundarbans have been instrumental in protecting the people of Bangladesh and India from disastrous cyclones, typhoons, tsunamis, and other natural calamities for years after years.

Me2U Foundation: creating hope and help through waste recycling

Volunteers of M2U Foundation collect supplies from their neighborhood and pass them on to people who are needy.

‘A third of world’s children suffer from lead poisoning’

Informal and substandard recycling of lead-acid batteries is a leading contributor to lead poisoning in children living in low and middle-income countries, the report says.

Demand for electric car batteries’ raw materials set to rise: UNCTAD report

The demand for raw materials used to manufacture rechargeable batteries will grow rapidly as the importance of oil as a source of energy recedes

India: researchers to predict flood damage using satellite data

As India recovers from the devastating effects of cyclones Amphan and Nisarga, water researchers at HR Wallingford in the UK are developing a method...

The World After COVID-19

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COVID-19 offers mankind a blank page for a new beginning. The question, however, is are we prepared for a fresh start?

Tortured, Killed and Chained: International Trade & Tourism May Cause Extinction of Elephants Within...

By Jameela Freitas

The total number of elephants is rapidly decreasing globally as elephants are continued to be poached for ivory, and tortured and killed for tourism and entertainment.
Cajamarca Protest

Peru Does Not Follow Its Own Environmental Laws : Seifert

By Diego Cupolo

Today, as Cajamarca remains one of the poorest regions in Peru even after 20 years of gold extraction, Seifert poses the question: If Europe can modernize its mining techniques and limit environmental degradation, why can’t Peru? “When the strategy and tactics are unclear, little can be achieved by social movements. Newmont defends private investment and the people defend their water. Up until now, there has been no bridge of understanding between the two.”

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