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Trees are living, breathing historical records. They first took root a whopping 385 million years ago. For context, trees were around during the Ice Age and when the Pyramids of Giza were brand-new. They're some of the oldest living organisms in the world and have...

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...

Employee engagement is often mistaken for employee happiness or satisfaction. While these two components are vital to your organization's overall health, they do not refer to employee engagement– if anything, they are by-products. Employee engagement points to the emotional investment and commitment of your employees to...

Are you looking for an excellent gift for your customers and employees? Corporate businesses should seriously consider the idea of gifting trees as a brand strategy. Here are five reasons why tree planting can prove beneficial to your company, no matter its size. Save Money Planting and...

Global CO2 emissions have increased from 2 billion tons in 1900 to a staggering 36.5 billion tons in 2018, equalling 4.07 metric tons CO2 for the global average carbon footprint per capita. While it’s easy to read such data and largely stay distant from the issue, it is...

The overall effects of the climate crisis have been mentioned numerous times. However, what’s largely overlooked is the connection between climate change and public health. That is to say, the more climate fluctuates, the more danger we’re putting ourselves in. The severity of these risks...