Youth vs. Colombia

Youth vs. Colombia

By Caroline Markham   Youth in Colombia have hailed a huge victory recently, after they sued their federal government for failing to protect the environment, and won. According to this Reuters article, the plaintiffs, ranging from the ages of seven to twenty-six,...
Save the Plants, Save the Planet

Save the Plants, Save the Planet

By Caroline Markham   When animal species become endangered, people tend to advocate highly for these creatures- and for good reason of course. The Giant Otter, South American Tapir and the Red Faced Uakari Monkey are among thousands that are threatened in the South...
Climate Change vs. The Cattle Industry

Climate Change vs. The Cattle Industry

By Caroline Markham   We talk a lot about climate change in conversations now a days, and while it is still a hot fiery subject, most people can agree that in some way shape or form our current climate is evolving. Look at the more common occurrence of natural...
What Biodiversity Means to Us

What Biodiversity Means to Us

Sudan, the last living male Northern White Rhino, passed away on March 19th, 2018, pushing the species near extinction with only 2 females left living in the world.   by Camille Cater   The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem...
Bees and Their Impact on Your Daily Coffee

Bees and Their Impact on Your Daily Coffee

By Caroline Markham   Chances are you rolled out of bed this morning, and the first thing that you did was start up a pot of coffee. Americans consume roughly 400 million cups of coffee–per day. So how do we get this beloved beverage? A lot of it points back to...

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