By Alex Hertzog, Maura Stephens, System Change not Climate Change
New research shows that as well as harming sea animals from the smallest fish to the largest whales to entire coral reefs, plastics and microplastics are dangerous to human health.
By Tom Whipple, Steve Andrews, The Energy Bulletin
Brent futures dipped on Friday but held above $75 a barrel, remaining on track for weekly gains of more than 3% thanks to the slow recovery in output after two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico.
By Piyali Banergee, The Malaysian Insight
A MAJOR economic and societal catastrophe may soon confront one of Southeast Asia’s most important economies: Malaysia. S
By Eliza Daley, By my solitary hearth
We must live within nature. We will all be winners when there are no losers. We will all thrive when we recognize that competition will lose to cooperation in every challenge.
By Kurt Cobb, Resource Insights
Natural gas was supposed to provide a bridge to the renewable energy future. But it doesn't seem to be working out that way.
By Andrew Nikiforuk, The Tyee
But America’s disastrous intervention and ignoble retreat illustrates some uncomfortable if not random truths that are left out of the chatter.
By Stuart Meikle, ARC2020
We must adopt an ecosystem approach to identify sustainable food systems that can exist within our planet’s boundaries, argues Stuart Meikle in the first of a four-part series.
By Lourdes Medrano, YES! magazine
On May 1, 2021, the river once again flowed in its delta thanks to an agreement between the United States and Mexico dubbed Minute 323. Through Oct. 11, a total of 35,000 acre-feet of water (11.4 billion gallons) will be released downstream from Morelos Dam on the U.S.-Mexico border to quench the thirst of this long-withered ecosystem.