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Poseidon Foundation Invests $2.6MM in Ecosphere+ Cordillera Azul REDD+ Project

The first investment in an Ecosphere+ project, Poseidon’s blockchain initiative links retail purchases and carbon emission reduction credits.

Climate Change Could Force 143 Million Across Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America to Migrate

These numbers can be reduced by tens of millions if appropriate actions were taken at the national and international levels, the World Bank says.

How Cities and States are Combating Climate Change and Opposing the Trump Administration

While the Trump administration practices climate change denial and inaction, cities and states across the U.S. are taking action. Three mayors of U.S. cities recently participated in a conference held by ClimateOne. One of the mayors, Steve Benjamin of Columbia, South Carolina, said of climate change, “It ranks very high.” Columbia is a city that is in a red state,…

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Green Bonds Issuance Reaches Record High Despite US Withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement

Funding renewable energy and low-carbon mass transportation projects emerged as main themes as new, green bonds issuance surged 78% in 2017.

Climate Savers

Climate Savers: Companies Build a Framework for Progress

A roadmap and a call to action WWF launched the Climate Savers Program in 1999 as a platform for corporate leadership in climate action. Partnering with leading companies within their sectors, Climate Savers guides and supports these leaders as they develop effective climate action plans. Now collaborating with more than 30 companies worldwide across a broad spectrum of industrial and…

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Sustainable industry becomes more mainstream - photo by Jason Blackeye

5 Industries Moving Toward Sustainability

Although the air quality throughout the United States has seen consistent improvements since 1980, we still have a long way to go in the fight against global warming. Couple this with some of the unhealthy and hazardous conditions of third-world countries and foreign entities around the world, and it’s easy to see why some would call recent sustainability activities a…

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Haiti “For Profit” Sustainable Agroforesty Program Bears New Fruit in Wake of Hurricane Matthew

Having achieved an initial goal of engaging local smallholder farming communities in planting 5 million trees, Haiti’s Smallholder Farmers Alliance and Timberland continue down an extraordinary path that’s helping smallholder farmers in southwest Haiti recover from Hurricane Matthew and promoting revivial of smallholder farm cotton production in Latin America and the Caribbean.