A recent webinar highlighted how returning land to a more natural state can help the climate, the local environment, and nearby communities.
Dale Willman, Author at State of the Planet
Reporters who witness immense suffering can experience “a wound on the soul.” A recent webinar discussed these wounds and how newsrooms can support mental healing.
Journalism is supposed to be a two-way conversation, but many voices and cultures are not included on either end of the dialogue. It’s time for a reckoning, according to a recent webinar.
In a recent webinar, researchers discussed communities in Guatemala that sustainably manage the local forest, creating jobs and income while controlling fires and narcotrafficking.
Compound risk — when multiple risks occur simultaneously, or one after another — was the topic of a recent discussion as part of the Resilience Media Project, a part of the Initiative on Communication and Sustainability at the Earth Institute.
But experts say it’s not too late to reduce the most serious effects of these compound issues.
The administration is using the pandemic to stop enforcing many environmental and health protections. In a recent webinar, experts discussed what has happened, and what it means.
A recent webinar discussed why photo journalists are risking their lives for their work, and how they’re adjusting to the challenges of covering COVID-19.
Experts discuss why the pandemic is hitting harder in low-income communities of color, and what steps can be taken now to protect those on the front lines of covid-19 and climate change.
In a recent online discussion, economists emphasized the need to establish a new system that factors in sustainability and well-being.