Author: Bas Fransen

When you look at numbers around climate change, the chances of understanding them are probably slim. They feel abstract and far removed, especially if they’re on a global scale. Unfortunately, that’s preventing us from making massive and necessary changes to bring climate change under control....

PRESS RELEASE Hong Kong – Amman – The Hague, June 3, 2021. The Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan represented by the Ministry of Agriculture, EcoMatcher, and Menaqua are pleased to announce a groundbreaking partnership for planting trees in Jordan. Starting in June trees will be planted...

Not all scientists wear lab coats or call themselves scientists. They might be students, teachers, activists, organizers, children, politicians… the list goes on. But in the context of citizen science, they’ve contributed as much to the study of our environment and climate action as any...

Sustainability programs, if carried out correctly, can be powerful agents of change and innovation. That said, a lot of company-driven sustainability programs look great on paper but don't fly in real life.  Many are generic and tend to be for show rather than impact. They don't consider...

In 2015, the United Nations decided to establish the UN Sustainable Developmental Goals (SDGs), 17 goals dedicated to building a more sustainable and equitable world. Every year since, governments, businesses, and enterprises have been encouraged to adopt one or more of these goals and use...

Plenty of systems we use today once begun on a very small scale, with only a handful of enthusiasts using them. Cut to a few years later, and these same systems have whipped up a storm in their respective industries. Think back to the World...