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The Indian government submitted a report on the tiger population in the country to its apex court. According to a 2018 report, there are 2,967 tigers in the country spread across 53 tiger reserves. “A lot of work has been done to conserve tigers and increase their population, India has become home to more than […]
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Benedictor Waniala, an environmental activist based in Uganda, works with Enviro-Life Technologies in partnership with The Change Society Needs and Nebia Forestry College, to help communities build eco-friendly and cost-effective stoves for cooking. In this episode, we visit one such community that has benefitted from this initiative.
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Tuvalu is one of the Pacific Island Countries, lying south of the equator. It is extremely vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change, variability, and extreme weather events. In this episode of For Her Future, we meet Grace Malliye, who highlights the drastic change in the type of work women are being forced to […]
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Scientists have discovered that trees set ablaze in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest could contribute to melting glaciers in the Himalayas and Antarctica because distant ecosystems essential to regulating the Earth’s climate are more closely connected than previously thought.  According to a paper published this month in Nature Climate Change, scientists have discovered a new atmospheric pathway […]
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The power of creativity and storytelling could change the course of the climate crisis. We have the facts, we have policy solutions, and we have research and science experts. What we don’t have is popular stories, for a livable future, stories that motivate people to find and act on solutions. And that’s why we need […]
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According to UNEP, there are around 370 million indigenous peoples in the world. They occupy up to 22 percent of the global land area. Globally, indigenous communities have been among the most severely impacted by climate change. In this episode, Sydney Males Muenala from Ecuador talks about the need for the Amazon community, indigenous people, […]
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Jumoke Odedji Victoria from Nigeria talks about the ordeal women undergo when climate disasters hit home. She demands climate finance for the vulnerable so that they learn to adapt and exist under extreme climate events.  “We stand as a voice here in COP27 for women back at home because women bear the brunt of all […]
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United States President Joe Biden on Sunday declared a major disaster in California as a succession of storm systems blew into the state bringing heavy flooding to already waterlogged regions and threatening snowfalls of up to six feet. The continuous floods for the last 11 days bring back to memory the devastating floods of 1997. […]
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What is ‘Blue Halo S’? The term ‘Blue Halo’ can be divided into two parts. ‘Blue’ refers to the resources from oceans, and ‘Halo’ refers to the benefits. In simple words, when the resources from the ocean are protected, and well-managed, it benefits the environment and impacts our livelihood.  The government of Indonesia, with the […]
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Fashion and sustainability go hand-in-hand for UK-based journalist Sophie Benson. A fashionista who writes on various issues, her heart lies with tracking her fashion footprint. ” Brands use loads of different tricks to brainwash consumers. I think one of the most prevalent ones is releasing a small captivating collection that they call responsible or eco […]
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Terai Arc Landscape is an 810km stretch spread across India and Nepal. Nepal’s forests occupy roughly 45% of the land, with the forests of Terai serving as a source of livelihood for people.“Forests provide not only the timber we use but also other ecological services. They also help to build the resilience of the particular […]
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Meet Daphne Kay, who belongs to an indigenous community that is currently bearing the brunt of climate change and they are the first to suffer directly from the effects of climate change. In a conversation with LetMeBreathe Daphne says, “Indigenous people have always been disproportionately impacted by climate change. We are at the forefront of […]
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