Serving as a follow-up to the September 2021 article “The Politics of Climate Change”, this piece/(tirade) further expands on the (unfortunately) common scenario where some elected officials have a penchant for irritating a lot of decent people by railing against
The ongoing and worsening slippery slope of climate change has plagued us with countless disasters and setbacks in our daily lives. Our first notion would be the obvious fact that the structural foundations of our society (and – by extension
Being eco-friendly isn’t simply limited to picking up litter and – by extension – picking up after those who aren’t that self-aware of their littering. Should that have been the case, it would be considered by many as a menial
Sri Lanka is an island nation situated in the Indian Ocean, located near its larger neighbor India at the north and its much-smaller neighbor – the Maldives – at the southwest. Being a tropical destination with close proximity to the
SavePlanetEarth (SPE) traveled to Pakistan to lay the groundwork of planting a whopping 1 billion trees in designated areas throughout the country. Under this banner, it will also be entering a collaboration with WWF-Pakistan to embark on the country’s restoration
Volunteers undoubtedly possess an indispensable value when it comes to any activity or initiative. However, this value is often neglected in favor of those with some influence and star power who advertise themselves for the deed before taking it on.
During the last week of November, SavePlanetEarth accomplished the milestone of introducing the world’s first-ever certified Carbon Credit NFTs (CCNFTs) on the Phantasma blockchain, out of which the first among a set of limited-edition collectibles ended up getting auctioned off
Throughout humanity’s timeline, migration had always been a key component for settlers to find a permanent place to call home. Like all traveling creatures, they move from one location to another, searching for the right place with the right resources