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Carbon Border Taxes 101: What Are They & Why Do We Need Them

8 Mins Read According to a recent study, our planet’s global temperature will eventually rise in excess of 2°C from the greenhouse gases that are released by companies and other services around the world. No surprises there. Many experts agree that the goals outlined in the Paris agreement, which hope to limit global temperature rise to well below […]

Boeing Commits To Fly All Planes On Sustainable Fuels By 2030

3 Mins Read Aviation giant, Boeing recently announced that it will be working to fulfill its commitment towards making all its planes fly on sustainable fuels created from vegetable oil and non-recyclable household waste, among other sources by 2030. The aviation giant announced its commitment to make all its planes use sustainable fuels by 2030. Boeing explained that switching […]

8 Ways The Climate Crisis Is Affecting Your Health & Wellbeing

4 Mins Read For some, climate change doesn’t feel like much of a crisis. Temperatures are slowly creeping up and the sky sometimes looks hazy, but what does it actually mean for us? Does it directly affect our health and wellbeing? Well the answer is a resounding yes – the climate and ecological crisis has direct repercussions on […]

Fossil Fuel Air Pollution Costs The World US$8 Billion Every Day

4 Mins Read Greenpeace has just released their new report on global air pollution, which finds that burning fossil fuels is responsible for an estimated 4.5 million deaths and economic losses of US$2.9 trillion annually – equivalent to US$8 billion every day. The report, led by Greenpeace Southeast Asia and the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean […]