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June 29, 2022
Are UN sustainable development goals failing to have meaningful impact?

It's almost seven years since the UN created it's SDGs, but what impact have they had during that time?

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June 20, 2022
Is Sweden's forestry unsustainable? Yes, very!

It's easy to imagine Sweden as a world leaders in sustainability. When it comes to their huge forestry industry that isn't the case though.

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June 18, 2022
The state of SAF - When will we be flying fossil-free?

Sustainable Aviation Fuels exist, and yet we are still flying on fossil-fuel powered planes, is that going to change anytime soon?

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June 12, 2022
The world after 50 years of Ziggy Stardust and UN climate summits

It's 50 years since David Bowie released Ziggy Stardust and in the same week the UN held their first environmental conference in Stockholm

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June 4, 2022
The Climate Change Museum making it's way round the Baltics

If you missed out in Vilnius or Trakai, you still have the chance to catch this innovate museum in 18 more cities.

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June 3, 2022
Stop the European Parliament from classifying fossil gas as 'green'

Sign the petition to help stop the European Parliament from classifying fossil gas as a sustainable 'green' investment.

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May 15, 2022
United Airlines is banking on carbon neutral supersonic flight

Could it be that supersonic passenger flight is going to make a comeback and be net-zero carbon? United seems to think so.

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May 13, 2022
A lack of electric cars is slowing the race to net-zero

There is a clear road map to replacing ICE cars with shiny electric ones, but can you actually buy one right now?

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April 24, 2022
David Attenborough & The Champions of the Earth

Sir David Attenborough is one of a massively inspiring group of laureates at this years Champions of the Earth awards.

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April 22, 2022
The Thames - An extraordinary river recovery

The story of how London's River Thames went from 'biologically dead' to chart-toppingly clean in 60 years

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April 22, 2022
Hey, it's Earth Day 2022

The 2022 theme is 'Invest in Our Planet' which covers a range of things but is largely targeted at businesses and city governments.

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April 20, 2022
Most sustainably perceived Baltic brands 2022

According to the Sustainable Brands Index, these are the twenty most sustainable brand in each country according to the people who live there:

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April 3, 2022
World Health Day 2022: Our planet, our health

April 7th is World Health Day. This year's topic is 'Our planet, our health' highlighting the fact that the climate crisis is also a health crisis.

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March 27, 2022
KTU researchers have a method for recycling wind turbine blades

Wind turbine blades have a finite lifespan and are hard to recycle, researchers at KTU think they have the solution.

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March 19, 2022
Ten ways wars harm wildlife

Wars don't just affect people, the long term effects can destroy the environment as easily as they destroy lives.

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March 17, 2022
Moving croplands could hugely reduce their impact

It's not just what is in our diets that determines our food footprint, where the crops are grown matters too.

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March 9, 2022
Europe's ferry industry sets sail for an emissions-free future

We need to change public transport, and Europe’s ferry industry is setting sail for an emissions-free future.

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March 3, 2022
We are eating the wrong fish to be sustainable

Some seafood has a much bigger environmental footprint than others, including the farmed salmon the world loves.

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February 27, 2022
How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could change European energy generation

The Russian invasion of Ukraine will have all kinds of geopolitical impacts, including how many European nations get their power.

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February 20, 2022
As Eunice hits, should Europe get used to more big storms?

We think of deadly storms as an issue for the tropics or the United States. but could that be about to change?

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February 18, 2022
Scientists can’t agree about Chernobyl’s impact on wildlife

Is Chernobyl a radioactive wasteland or a post-nuclear paradise with thriving populations of animals and other life forms?

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February 2, 2022
Robots and bubbles - Tech to clean up underwater trash

We need to stop filling rivers and oceans with more trash, but also to clean up the rubbish already there.

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February 1, 2022
There are more tree species than we thought, BUT...

We haven't discovered all of the tree species on the planet yet, but will we drive them to extinction before we do?

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January 26, 2022
New battery technology could be calcium based

We are running out of lithium fast, and future batteries could have a lot more in common with milk and kitchen foil.

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January 13, 2022
1% of Estonia's peak energy goes to cryptocurrences

Even as Estonia experiences all time high electricity costs, cryptocurrency mining is using 1% of all power generated in the country.

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January 12, 2022
Old solutions can make high-tech buildings climate friendlier

Technology has made many buildings less climate-friendly, but we can look back in time for simple solutions.

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January 3, 2022
France starts 2022 with a fruit and veg plastic packaging ban

A new law makes it illegal to sell 30 different kinds of fruit and veg in plastic wrap or single-use plastic packaging.

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December 21, 2021
Frankincense and myrrh, revered since ancient times, are under threat

These two resins have been thought of as valuable for thousands of years, but now the trees that produce them are in danger.

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December 16, 2021
Poland’s planned border wall will cut Europe’s oldest forest in half

Poland's planned wall will divide the Białowieża Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage site which harbours more than 12,000 animal species.

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December 12, 2021
7 wins for the climate movement in Europe in 2021

Some of the biggest climate wins are not the most visible or obvious but are hugely important, like these seven.

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December 8, 2021
Daycares show playing on 'Forest Floor' changes kid's immune systems

An experiment at daycares in Finland shows simple environmental changes can actually affect us in biological ways.

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December 7, 2021
The sustainable 'innovations' from Popular Science's list

Popular Science publishes a list of the 100 greatest innovations of the year, and we've pulled out the 16 most sustainable.

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December 5, 2021
The Ventspils Baltic Coal Terminal expects an increase in freight

As we head boldly towards a bright and clean renewable energy future, surely we will be shipping less coal round the planet?

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December 3, 2021
Tallinn recycling project has collected 250,000 facemasks

One of the consequences of the global Covid-19 pandemic has been a huge amount of facemasks ending up in the trash.

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December 2, 2021
Buy beautiful affordable art and preserve ancient forests

Artists Saving Forests gives you the chance to buy beautiful digital art with all proceeds going to protect forests in Lithuania

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November 30, 2021
Planting, not building, our way to climate change safety

Planting coastal vegetation to prevent erosion and reduce flood risk is a lower carbon solution than building concrete breakwater blocks.

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