Removing to Net Zero: 5 Carbon Removal Insights for CSOs

To limit global warming and act on the climate emergency, emissions reductions are a priority, but not sufficient. Corporate net zero targets won’t be achieved without carbon removal. Discover 5 strategic insights to harness carbon removal on your company’s net zero journey with our downloadable report, “Removing to net zero: 5 carbon removal insights for […]

How creative & emotive communication conserved 55,000 acres of Peru’s Amazon

Protecting the Peruvian Amazon is dangerous work, but conservationist Paul Rosolie and his nonprofit Junglekeepers team have attracted millions of dollars in funding to protect 55,000 acres of rainforest in the country’s Madre de Dios region. Rosolie first received international recognition via his 2014 memoir, “Mother of God: An Extraordinary Journey in the Uncharted Tributaries […]

Animals Take Refuge in Forests and Avoid Human-Dominated Areas in Hotter Regions, Study Finds

An eastern cottontail rabbit in a forest in McLeansville, North Carolina. Gary W. Carter / Corbis / Getty Images Why you can trust us Founded in 2005 as an Ohio-based environmental newspaper, EcoWatch is a digital platform dedicated to publishing quality, science-based content on environmental issues, causes, and solutions. In hotter climates, North American mammals […]

The overlooked climate solution making headway at COP28: Energy efficiency

This weekend, 118 countries at the COP28 climate summit pledged to triple the world’s renewable power capacity and double the pace of energy efficiency improvements by 2030. The deal echoed a recent report by the International Energy Agency, or IEA, which named those targets as essential to limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 […]

Has the shared e-scooter industry finally grown up?

Picture this: You’re cruising on a Bird or Lime or Veo or LINK e-scooter in a protected bike lane built by the abundant profits reaped by the e-scooter industry and shared with the city. You got rid of your car two months ago — it was starting to accumulate dust and parking tickets. Arriving at […]

Wind Energy Lifeline Grows In Ukraine,

Sign up for daily news updates from CleanTechnica on email. Or follow us on Google News! Despite all the cheerleading for nuclear energy over at the COP 28 climate talks, national security risks have taken center stage ever since Russia launched its unprovoked attack on Ukraine. After almost two years of full-on war, the security […]

Certificate of origin for Acre’s açaí is a boost for the Amazonian superfood

The municipality of Feijó in Acre state is the first in Brazil to receive a certification of origin for its açaí berries, raising hopes that the economy centered around the fruit will grow in value. A success the world over, açaí is a multimillion-dollar product that has shown how developing an Amazonian bioeconomy can keep […]

COP28: Nearly 120 Nations Agree to Triple World’s Renewables Output

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speaks during the Tripling Renewable Energy and Doubling Energy Efficiency by 2030 session at COP28 in Dubai on Dec. 2, 2023. KARIM SAHIB / AFP via Getty Images Why you can trust us Founded in 2005 as an Ohio-based environmental newspaper, EcoWatch is a digital platform dedicated to […]

Inside the Marshall Islands’ life-or-death plan to survive climate change

The Marshall Islands extend across a wide stretch of the Pacific Ocean, with dozens of coral atolls sitting just a few feet above sea level. The smallest of the islands are just a few hundred feet wide, barely large enough for a road or a row of houses. The country’s total landmass makes up an […]