Locals and green groups fear that fossil gas and LNG projects will exacerbate the existing pressures in the marine ecosystems and threaten communities that rely on Verde Island Passage resources to earn a living.  ...

Using agroforestry techniques, the practice has become crucial for biodiversity conservation and local climate resilience. ...

"Harnessing solar energy is good for the community because we no longer worry about electricity costs and it’s clean unlike other energy sources that endanger people’s health." ...

Vanmau Bhatmo, an unprotected forest located in the north Indian town of Dewa in the state of Uttar Pradesh, has been subjected to illegal logging for as long as the locals can remember. However, for the past decade, the impacts have become ...

At first, Heri Purwanto, the village head of the remote Krincing Village on the island of  Java, knew very little about renewable energy. As he read more about it, though, Purwanto became convinced that it could solve his community’s water ...

One of the most significant findings in this publication is that both natural and human systems are reaching their limits for adaptation. ...

When Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) destroyed the power and communication lines, it was a small solar-powered battery that kept them going. Immediately after the super typhoon made its fifth landfall on Bohol province on December 16, the Diocese of ...

Through solar power, teachers are able to print self-learning modules that are distributed for students to read. ...

When the pandemic struck India’s northeastern state of Meghalaya, a parallel move to implement a massive hydroelectric dam was underway, right in the middle of the state’s pristine natural resources.  ...

In the Indian state of Meghalaya —the world’s wettest region— the Khasi, Garo and Jaintia tribes constitute about 85% of the total population. There, they act as defenders of the region’s unique forests. ...