According to new research released on Friday by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Climate Impact Lab, the impact of climate change on health may be up to twice as lethal as cancer in some regions of the world
Yvon Chouinard, the eccentric rock climber who became a reluctant billionaire with his unconventional take on economics, has given away Patagonia 50 years after it was founded.
Carbon tariffs, a concept first proposed by former French President Jacques Chirac, are gaining increasing attention from the world’s leading countries against the backdrop of heightened concerns about climate change
This summer, multiple heatwaves broke the long-standing temperature records and fueled wildfires. Indicated by the map produced by the Goddard Earth Observing System (GEOS) global model, many places in Europe
With the development of environmental science, governments and international organizations are becoming aware of the importance of environmental protection. Environmental protection economics has become an important part of the development of global economic patterns.
The Industrial Revolution marked the turning point when greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions started to exponentially increase. A new paradigm of production and consumption emerged as a result of the increasing global population
Three-North Shelter Forest Program (also known as the Great Green Wall) in China is the first world-famous ecological project that started with China’s Economic Reform and Opening-up. This project is a large-scale shelterbelt system construction approved by the State Council of the PRC in 1978 to address the severe problem of sandstorm hazards and soil erosion in the North, the Northeast, and the Northwest regions.
Environmental protection in the process of archaeological works deserves attention. On the basis of protecting cultural relics, the staff should fully consider the protection of the archaeological excavation area and the surrounding ecological environment to ensure the sustainable development of the ecological environment.
From a worldwide perspective, desertification refers to the land degradation in some regions caused by various factors, including climate variability and human activities.
When Silent Spring was published in 1962, it set off a global craze for environmental protection. In 1972, the United Nations held the Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden