Every year, up to 12 million metric tonnes of plastic waste enters our oceans. And this is set to triple in the next decade.
In Cameroon's economic capital Douala, the scale of the plastic problem ...Show More
"There's 150 million trees that disappear every year into the clothing that we all wear," says Nicole Rycroft, a conservationist amd founder of Canopy, a non-profit dedicated to protecting the trees t...Show More
Three-quarters of all land on Earth is now significantly affected by human activity and the few remaining pockets of wilderness are themselves at risk of becoming ecological deserts.
Agriculture, i...Show More
The explosion of plastic waste across the globe is threatening the very survival of life on the planet.
Every year, up to 12 million metric tonnes of plastic enter our oceans, and plastic waste in ...Show More
With global demand for food set to increase by nearly 70 percent by 2050, sustainable food production is one of the biggest challenges for the future.
The food industry is one of the most ecologica...Show More
earthrise looks at ways of healing one of the silent and often forgotten casualties of war – the environment.
In conflict, one of the silent and forgotten casualties is often the environment.
As the adverse effects of the climate crisis intensify, many believe governments around the world are responding too slowly. It is now unlikely that the Paris Agreement target of keeping the global te...Show More
For centuries, mankind has been hooked on the concept of a mysterious continent at the end of the world. Ancient Greeks and Romans called it "the unknown southern land" and a century ago, Captain Robe...Show More