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Author: Tammy Gan

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Tammy is an environmentalist and social media advocate who believes in thinking bigger and deeper about climate change. She hopes that with her actions, we will all grow to become environmentally conscious citizens (not consumers) with hearts for this beautiful planet we call home.

2020 has seen 'unlearning' swiftly enter mainstream vernacular primarily in response to the #BlackLivesMatter movement that has dominated global headlines. But what does it mean? Why is it important? And how, exactly, do we start the process of unlearning? "We can

PHOTO: Michael Edwards / Alamy Stock Photo Paraguay is a small, landlocked country in South America. You're probably not able to identify it on the map, but it has the second-largest forest in Latin America, behind only the Amazon rainforest. The

Last week, we found out that the world is failing on its biodiversity targets. This week, ahead of the UN Summit on Biodiversity, political leaders representing 72 countries (and counting) have signed a Pledge for Nature. In doing so, they’ve “committed

“What do we want?” “Climate justice!” “When do we want it?” “Now!” It was electrifying, being able to chant the response along with (almost) 2,000 other people at Hong Lim Park, this time last year. This was Singapore’s first-ever climate

Two new reports and a documentary sound the alarm on biodiversity loss this week. But are you paying attention? Do you know why it matters? And what the hell can we do now? Is there even hope?   UN: the world is

What does Disney's—already problematic—live-action remake of "Mulan" have to do with an ongoing genocide, forced labour camps and unethical fashion? The link is a Turkic-Muslim ethnic minority in Chinese-occupied East Turkistan, renamed Xinjiang, whose name you might have heard before:

A group of global pension funds and investment managers want to clean up their portfolios and get them to net-zero. The group spans 16 countries, with 1,200 members, and controls over $40 trillion (that's $40,000,000,000,000) in assets. How are they

If you've been on Instagram and Twitter at all this weekend, you might have seen something about Oatly. Specifically, people are boycotting Oatly. WTF?! (Yeah, that's us too.) Because news that Oatly sold shares to Blackstone resurfaced thanks to a

August 22 marks Earth Overshoot Day 2020. Never heard of Earth Overshoot Day before? It marks the date when humanity's demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what Earth can regenerate in that year. Which means