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Becky Big Canoe built her own sustainable house out of straw and now, through her non-profit Environatives Training Initiatives, she is teaching other women how to do the same.
The idea is simple but impactful: a moccasin stencilled on the ground to recognize and honour the traditional territory of Indigenous peoples.
Having an awareness of the worst possible climate change scenarios can be motivating rather than paralyzing, argues David Wallace-Wells. The climate crisis has the potential to bring people together in the massive efforts required to mitigate the disaster.
The Aral Sea was once the fourth-largest lake on the planet. Now, it more closely resembles a desert and carries far-reaching effects for human and ecological health.
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