Tuesday, 19 November, 2019

Category: Environment

Environmental Injustice Divides The World

Environmental Injustice Divides The World

Today, the Guardian is launching a year-long series, Our Unequal Earth, investigating environmental injustices: how ecological hazards and climate disasters have the harshest impacts on people of colour, native tribes and those on low incomes. The most egregious examples include the lead poisoning crisis in Flint, Michigan, petrochemical pollution in Louisiana’s Cancer

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Inside Copenhagen's Race To Be First Carbon-Neutral City

Inside Copenhagen’s Race To Be First Carbon-Neutral City

We call it hedonistic sustainability,” says Jacob Simonsen, of the decision to put an artificial ski slope on the roof of the £485m Amager Resource Centre (ARC), Copenhagen’s cutting-edge new waste-to-energy power plant. “It’s not just good for the environment, it’s good for life.” Skiing is just one of the activities that

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