“greenhouse gases”

May
26

A Forest For Every School?

In March 2016, the United Nations held its first annual International Day of Forests, a worldwide celebration and recognition of the important of forests in the world’s eco system. One third of the Earth’s land mass is covered by forests, with an estimated 1.6 billion people depending on forests for their income. Despite the importance […]

By Joanna | Education . Environment
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Jan
26

After the Paris Climate Talks – Can We Save Planet Earth?

During the final month of December 2015, 150 World Leaders, including Presidents Obama, Putin & Xi came together in Paris to try to reach an agreement about how to tackle Global Warming.  Newspapers and news stations around the world followed 'will they/won't they reach a deal' headlines and whether these talks would signify a tangible move forward to find […]

By Joanna | Environment
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Apr
01

Go Green! – Initiatives to Protect our Precious Planet

The recent annual initiative of Go Green week, organized by People and Planet, assists the global drive of environmentally focused businesses, charities, education centers and individuals who want to make a difference in providing a sustainable planet for future generations.  2015’s Go Green week also coincided with Global Divestment Day, a leading initiative where 450 […]

By Joanna | Education . Environment
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Baby, it’s cold outside!

  Newsweek's 1975 Article 'The Cooling World' Back in 1975, a science journalist writing for Newsweek magazine wrote a story about falling global temperatures. Albeit that the piece was slightly over-sensationalised, it was based around legitimate data demonstrating that the climate cooled slightly between the 1940s and 1970s – data that is now interpreted to […]

By Joanna | Environment . Science
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