The New York Climate Exchange is a powerful example of how businesses can take meaningful action on climate change, regardless of political headwinds.
Development banks can offer an avenue for communities impacted by mining projects to seek justice. We take a closer look as part of "Undermining Progress," a solutions journalism series focused on human rights and environmental concerns tied to mining for the low-carbon energy transition.
From our favorite sustainable and socially conscious brands to advice on buying used and shopping local, we love sharing our top picks for sustainable holiday gifts with our community every year. Check out our 2023 favorites.
The global COP28 climate talks are a key moment for the oil sector to reassess its trajectory and reckon with the unavoidable truth that, ultimately, it is the burning of fossil fuels that is driving the climate crisis.
We spoke with teams at Oxfam, World Resources Institute, World Wildlife Fund, 350.org and Rainforest Alliance to understand the pivotal topics set to be addressed at the global climate talks this year.
With our window of opportunity to address climate change dwindling, many business leaders want a better understanding of where we stand, why we fall short, and what we can do to close the gap. In response, the lead of private-sector engagement at WWF offers two fundamental truths.
The initiative offers incarcerated people an opportunity to train and socialize shelter dogs, making them more adoptable. In partnership with animal shelters and rescue organizations, it now runs in 16 of the state's 20 correctional facilities.
The first Global Stocktake report warns time is rapidly running out to limit global heating. The report called on countries to empower behavior changes like sustainable diets and decreased food waste to drive impact, and companies can do more to inspire their customers to get involved.
TriplePundit turned to our readers, writers and colleagues to develop our crowdsourced GivingTuesday Guide, with the aim of providing a platform for our community to learn from each other about how to best support the causes we care about.
This California startup is looking to prove the feasibility of giving electric vehicle batteries a second life as stationary energy storage before they are recycled.
Climate action and climate justice movements don’t always feel like spaces that recognize or welcome folks from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds. Effective storytelling can create a sense of belonging and inspire real action on the ground.
Research shows that women and people of color often suffer from advanced heart and vascular disease at disproportionately high rates, receive less treatment for these conditions, and have worse health outcomes. How can the healthcare sector approach heart health more equitably?
From rolling rivers to honeybees, the ecosystem services nature provides are crucial to business success, but many businesses fail to account for them. By doing business with planetary boundaries in mind, companies can fortify their economic resilience and outpace their peers.
Tina writes frequently for TriplePundit and other websites, with a focus on military, government and corporate sustainability, clean tech research and emerging energy technologies. She is a former Deputy Director of Public Affairs of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, and author of books and articles on recycling and other conservation themes.
Mary has reported on sustainability and social impact for over a decade and now serves as managing editor of TriplePundit. She is also the general manager of TriplePundit's Brand Studio, which has worked with dozens of brands and organizations on sustainability storytelling.
Taylor’s work spans print, podcasts, photography and radio. She brings her passion for covering social and environmental issues through the lens of solutions journalism to her work as editorial assistant.