Are you passionate about environmental issues or do you work for an environmental organisation? Our directory of news sources on the environment provides a thorough overview of the best websites to follow if you want to stay up to date with all the latest news and analysis on the environment.

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Renewable Energy

In 2016, renewable energy achieved record levels of new installations, for the first time surpassing sources that use fossil fuels. Better World Links' Renewable Energy page has over 700 resources on all types of renewable energies. Check it out now!

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Interested in getting to know what organizations work in your country to help protect the environment? BTW has over 900 links directing you to organizations working on environmental issues worldwide. 

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Global Climate Change

This worldwide phenomena is mainly caused by human activity observed since the pre-industrial times, the largest contributors being the greenhouse gas emissions. Want to know more about the consequences, solutions and actions that are taken place? Click here to access over 3000 resources!

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More than 70% of the Earth's surface is cover by oceans. Urgent need for remedy is required, decreased oxygen levels, in combination with pollutants and overfishing, is compromising the oceans. For more information on this critical issue, view this section which offers you over 2000 resources.

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It is estimated that more than 80% of the Earth’s forest has been destroyed at a rate of 20,000 hectares per day according to the World Resources Institute. Find out how deforestation contributes to climate change.

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Food & Agriculture

With the increasing world population, there is a rapid rise in the demand for agriculture and food resources. In order to meet the world’s foods needs, achieving the transformation to sustainable agriculture is becoming a major challenge.

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Waste and Toxic Substances

Everything you need to know about waste management and the effects toxic substances can be found here by consulting the 500 resources provided to you by Better World Links.

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Are you curious to know why air pollution causes 1 in 8 deaths and involved in the death of 4.3 million people per year worldwide? Find out what communities are doing to tackle the air pollution problem by reviewing our resources on Transport and Air Pollution.

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Policies and Politics

Get a better understanding of how policies and politics impact the environment and health of our communities by reviewing the links provided to you here. 

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Nuclear Energy

Nuclear energy accounts for 10% of the global electricity production. Although it is classified as a low greenhouse gas energy supply technology, numerous accidents in the power plants have injured and risked the health of populations. Find out more about the debate and use of this energy here.

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Hot Topics

The ongoing wildfires in California

The global climate crisis has exacerbated the ferocity and duration of the wildfire season in California. The area has been plagued by drought, and unprecedented heatwaves. With the wet season predicted to arrive late, and the added complication of the pandemic, it seems the state is fighting a battle that cannot be won.

Green New Deal

Aiming to address climate change and economic inequality, the economic stimulus package proposes social and economic reforms and public works projects similar to those implemented by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression.

Oil Spill At Mauritius

A ship carrying oil ran aground on the coral reefs located in the Indian Ocean near Mauritius. The accident has been declared a state of emergency, as it is estimated that at least 1,000 tons of fuel have already been emptied into the sea, now this has become a race against time to transfer the remaining fuel, to avoid further destruction.

Locusts Plague

The world is currently struggling with an unprecedented plague of desert locusts. The invasion of this migratory insect is devastating to agriculture, as a swarm, the size of a square mile, can eat the same amount of food as 35,000 people in one day.

Fridays for Future

After sitting in front of the Swedish parliament for 3 weeks protesting her country's inaction towards the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg decided to strike every Friday. The #FridaysForFuture movement spread, mobilizing children and adults worldwide to protest locally every Friday noon.

Extinction Rebellion (XR)

A non-violent social movement started in the UK, Extinction Rebellion has the objective of influencing national and international environment politics by civil disobedience to stop climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, ecological collapse and human extinction.

Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster

The 11th of March marks the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.The cooling systems at the Fukushima nuclear power plant failed in 2011 after being hit by a severe earthquake and violent tsunami. The resulting meltdown released large amounts of radioactive materials. Up to 150,000 people had to leave the contaminated area permanently. The disposal work will still take around 40 years. After the disaster, several countries abandoned their nuclear programs.

World Water Day - March 22

This UN day highlights the importance of fresh water. This year's theme explores the relationship between fresh water supply and climate change.

Global Climate Strike

In its fourth edition, on November 29th, millions of people worldwide will walk with young climate strikers in the hopes of using nonviolent means to affect policy change that will save our planet. Review our page to see how YOU can support the movement and what activities are scheduled near you!

Climate Change Deniers

Climate change denial or skepticism involves denying and dismissing the scientific knowledge on climate change. The deniers dismiss the fact that climate change is caused by humans and deny its impacts on human society and nature.

1.5 °C Goal

Limiting Climate Change can avoid tipping points and decrease the ecological impact of global warming. While 1.5 degrees warming is estimated to expose 14% of the worlds population to extreme heat every 5 years, 2 degrees would expose 37% of the global population. To achieve this important target we must make major structural changes of our societies.

Keep it in the ground!

To help reduce carbon emissions, fossil fuel divestment includes campaigns and efforts on a global scale to pressure institutes and governments to stop funding the extraction of fossil fuels, which is one of the main causes of the world rising temperatures, and invest in the production of clean energy alternatives.

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Featured Hero of the Month

Wangari Maathai

Wangari Maathai (1994-2011) born in Nyeri Kenya, was the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and the first woman in East and Central Africa to obtain a PH.D. Author of 4 books, she is also the founder of the Green Belt Movement, an organization that was presented in the documentary Talking Root:the Vision of Wangari Maathai (2008). Find out more about Mrs. Maathai here.

Featured Organisation of the Month

Global movement coordinates online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions in over 188 countries. They believe that a global grassroots movement can hold our leaders accountable to the realities of science and the principles of justice. 

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