Sustainability Activist Calls for More Action on Climate Change
Sustainability Activist Gary Aboud joined us from Trinidad and Tobago to discuss World Environment Day. He expressed concern about climate change which is negatively affecting the caribbean. He said there has been an increase in ...
Everyone And Everything Needs To Change: Greta Thunberg
Snapshot | It is absolutely crazy that things have gone so far that children feel like they must sacrifice their education to compensate for the inaction of our leaders and most adults: Greta Thunberg
The Nuclear Waste Problem Across The United States
Snapshot | In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the need for alternative radioactive waste storage in the U.S. began to grow when pools at many nuclear reactors began to fill up
They Got Hanged For Opposing Shell’s Exploitation
Snapshot | The Indigenous Ogoni Nine activists were at the forefront of a campaign against the environmental degradation of land and waters belonging to the Ogoniland in Nigeria exploited by the Shell since the late ...
Dead Whale Sculpture In The Philippines
Snapshot | A 78-foot sculpture of the dead animal was prepared by Biboy Royong, a Filipino artist to raise awareness on using single-use plastics
Environmental 'Ecocide' Lawyer Polly Higgins Passes Away
Snapshot | Lawyer and visionary thinker Polly Higgins, who campaigned for ecocide to be internationally recognized as a crime on par with genocide and war crimes, passed away at the age of 50.
The Arctic Meltdown Will Cost Us Trillions
Snapshot | Effects on climate change worldwide will increase damages by $70 trillion in just over a couple hundred years. (Source: Nature Communications)
32 people killed by mudslides in South Africa
FTS News Bits | At least 32 people have been killed by mudslides and flooding due to torrential rain in South Africa. Officials say the death toll is expected to rise in the Durban and ...
Extinction Rebellion Continues in London
Snapshot | The movement took over the heart of London last week in a bid to focus global attention on rising temperatures and sea levels caused by greenhouse gas emissions.
Nestle Drains Indigenous Community Dry In Canada
Snapshot | 90% of families living within the Six Nations of the Grand River Indigenous reserve have tap water that’s too polluted to drink or no water at all.