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RAISE Grants Raise the Bar

Expert BlogUnited StatesJohn Bailey

It will be a great day when programs like RAISE are the norm and not the exception.

Drax Coming for California Forests by Partnering with GSNR

Expert BlogUnited Kingdom, CaliforniaRita Frost

Drax has joined forces with GSNR to bring its forest-destroying practices to California. After signing an MOU in February 2024, it is transparent that GSNR’s aims are solely profit-driven.

COP28 Climate Funds Pledge Tracker

Expert BlogInternationalJoe Thwaites
At COP28, countries will pledge to UN climate funds that help developing countries reduce greenhouse emissions and address the impacts of climate change. Keep track here.

NYC City Council Saves Community Composting

Expert BlogNew York CityEric A. Goldstein

Reinvigorating this organics waste strategy will curb methane emissions, advance neighborhood revitalization, and protect environmental health.

More Progress on Fairness in Meat

Expert BlogUnited States, Washington, D.C.Allison Johnson

The Biden Administration’s long-awaited unfair practices rule under the Packers and Stockyards Act could help responsible meat producers reach more eaters