Category Archives: Environment

Eco-Hero Award (EHA) Winner for February 2019 – Ln Dawadi

Lekhnath (Ln) Dawadi hails from Nawalparasi in Nepal. He holds post-high school diploma and he is  currently concluding another degree in Humanities at the Balmiki Campus in Kathmandu Nepal, an institution affiliated with Sanskrit University. Mr Dawadi is a man of many parts, fluent in Nepali, Hindi, and English language and because of his fluency […]

Eco-Hero Award (EHA) Winner for February 2019 – Abigael Kima

Abigael J. Kiprono Kima is a young lady from Kenya, who is currently in  her final year at the prestigious Kenyatta University, where she is earning a bachelor’s degree in Environmental science (Resource Conservation). She is also an alumni of Moi Forces Academy Lanet – Nakuru in Kenya. Abigael’s love for social justice led her […]

International youth based group Honors Team 54 Project CEO For Environmental impact

International youth based group Honors Team 54 Project CEO For Environmental impact. April 2019 , Dr Gbujie Daniel the Founder/CEO of Team 54 Project will be joining thousands of international guest from the rest of the world in celebrating the Global Youth Parliament, Youth Leadership Award Day. The event will see great exceptional young people […]

Costa Rica launches plan for zero emissions by 2050

Costa Rica have made plans to become one of the first nations to completely decarbonise. ‘The National Decarbonization Plan 2018-2050’ involves commitments to a range of sectors, including transport, energy and agriculture. The plan was launched on Sunday by President Carlos Alvarado Quesada and former UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres. The newly devised plan involves […]

Barclays in deep water over new climate policy

Barclays are in deep water as, environmental campaign group, Greenpeace have said they are on the ‘wrong side of history’ with new climate policy. The UK Bank released their new energy and climate change statement yesterday, detailing how it will continue to fund tar sands infrastructure. Hannah Martin, Greenpeace UK oil campaigner, said: “As it was […]

Antarctica is losing six times more ice mass annually now than 40 years ago

A new report by NASA and the University of California, Irvine has found that ice mass in Antarctica has been declining rapidly over the last 40 years. The study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, used updated drainage inventory, ice thickness and ice velocity data for 176 basins draining the […]

WWF announces new blockchain platform to track sustainability of food

WWF, in partnership with BCG Digital Ventures, has announced a new blockchain platform to help people track how sustainable their food is. The OpenSC uses cutting edge technology to track individual products from origin to consumer. The aim is to help businesses and consumers avoid illegal, environmentally damaging or unethical products. The initiative enables businesses […]

MPs say ‘out of sight, out of mind’ attitude won’t work for ocean pollution

In a new report by the Environmental Audit Committee, MPs have urged for immediate action to protect the oceans from plastic pollution. The report states that 40 per cent of oceans are currently being affected by human activity which is threatening the future of marine life and the three billion people whose livelihoods they support. […]