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Fossil Fuel Industry Profits Soar Amid Record-breaking Climate-related Losses
REL Study Shows Wind and Solar Power Can Decarbonize US Power Sector with Minimal Land Use
Film Review: Re-evaluating M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening in light of the current climate crisis
US: A Better Way of Paying for a Reliable Electricity Grid
High and dry
Building higher islands could save the Maldives from sea-level rise, says study
Film Review: Darwin's Nightmare: An impactful documentary shows the dark side of globalization
Film Review: The New World, Pocahontas's story
Film Review: The Bay & Co: How horror films can successfully deal with ecological themes
US: Six Ways Science Can Boost Climate Accountability in 2023
US: How Are Wind Turbines Made?
ExxonMobil Accurately Projected Rising Temperatures While Publicly Disparaging Climate Science
Save Nepal’s orchids
Film Review: The Thin Red Line, using war as a metaphor for humanity's disconnect from nature
Film Review: Avatar, The Way of Water dives deeper into ecological themes
US: Want Clean Energy? Then You Also Want Battery Recycling.
US: Challenges and Opportunities in Mining Materials for Energy Storage Lithium-ion Batteries
Who now owns Nepal’s forests?
Reviving Nepal’s community forestry success story
Indigenous communities in Brazil
Film Review: Princess Mononoke: The pro-environment messaging of Miyazaki’s films
Including local knowledge to study climate change
Countries bet on forests and soils to reach net-zero
tell of our planet, our people, our world.