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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.

You've seen the wall-to-wall media coverage: photos, videos, sound recordings, tweets, Facebook and Instagram posts. It's been going on for days. If you're feeling overwhelmed, if you're looking for something that explains what in the world is happening, or if

This week: We catch you up on the COP25 climate summit (if you haven't been following). We find out what Generation Z's biggest fear is, and also about the accuracy of climate simulations. There's a new star-studded coalition calling for

This week, we find out that we're living in the hottest decade ever. The EU becomes the first continent to declare a climate emergency. And UK businesses are leading the way in sustainability

This week, it's sobering news mixed with some exciting developments. We round up the UN Emissions Gap Report and a new analysis on how gender intersects with the climate crisis (spoiler alert: bad news). But also, Coldplay quit touring for

This year's Responsible Business Forum 2019 zeroed in on a topic that's become much of a buzzword: circularity. But what does being circular mean? Why should we aim for circular? And how do we even get there, anyway? We round

This week, Dean Foods files for bankruptcy. New York and Los Angeles City Council Members call for a ban on meat products to protect the Amazon. And individual lifestyle changes matter, but not in a way that you might expect.

Breaking: Australia is facing an unprecedented bushfire crisis, while Venice just declared a state of emergency. Meanwhile, New Zealand just passed a historic zero-carbon bill. Read on for all the major news this week. 1. Catastrophic danger faced as Australia battles