Meet a Scientist Pioneering Research to Save Coral Reefs

By Chandler Green on October 31, 2019

Coral reefs are some of our most iconic and important ecosystems, housing a quarter of all the ocean’s marine life. …

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#EyeOnClimate Campaign Features Solutions for Nature, from Nature

By Chandler Green on October 22, 2019

If you feel like it’s too late to solve the climate crisis or you’re tired of hearing about it, you …

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A Historic Commitment to the Global Fund

By Elizabeth Ivanovich on October 16, 2019

We find ourselves in challenging times. Many countries are looking inward and turning away from global cooperation. But we know …

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Where is American leadership on the SDGs?

By Krista Rasmussen on October 15, 2019

Achieving the ambitious agenda set by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires a global effort across nations. Recently, the United …

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Protectors of Progress: Abner Writes Letters for Climate Action

By Chandler Green and MJ Altman on October 15, 2019

Older generations often complain that young people have lost the art of letter-writing, but at just 10 years old, Abner …

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A Conversation With Girls, For Girls

By Michelle Milford Morse on October 11, 2019

Adolescent girls are making their voices heard, from leading climate strikes to marching for justice and equality. But are we …

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Peace on Purpose: Supporting the Mental Health of UN Workers

By Jenni Lee on October 9, 2019

When conflict erupts or a hurricane makes landfall, United Nations workers mobilize to help people in need. When poverty, climate …

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7 Powerful Speeches from the UN General Assembly

By Rajesh Mirchandani on October 2, 2019

Let’s face it, many speeches from world leaders at the 2019 United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) probably will not make …

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