Ep. 35 Learning About Wildfires: Talking With A Wildfire Firefighter

According to National Geographic, a wildfire is an uncontrolled fire that burns in the wildland vegetation, often in rural areas. Wildfires can burn in forests, grasslands, savannas, and other ecosystems and have been doing so for hundreds of millions of years. NG mentions that while many plants and animals need and benefit from wildfires, climate change has…

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Ep. 29 What Is Bird-Friendly Coffee?

People love coffee. Also, Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world. What about if we start drinking more sustainable coffee, like bird-friendly coffee? I found that people do not know what bird-friendly coffee is. According to Smithsonian, when you drink Bird Friendly® certified coffee, you brew a more biodiverse, sustainable world. Today, my guest is Adelyn…

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Article : The Impact of the Climate Strike in the World

Climate Strike: A world demonstration Walking in Newton Center, Massachusetts, which is very close to Boston, I saw a young lady writing with chalk on the sidewalk: “Boston Climate Strike Sep.20th” Immediately I shared this on my Twitter because this is so important to create awareness and reverse climate change. What is the Climate Strike? According…

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Ep. 4 Wolves and Climate Change, What’s Behind? My Experience at Wolf Sanctuary: ‘Wolf Hollow’, Ipswich, Massachusetts

Wolves help to climate change and more. According to an article published by The Guardian ‘Climate change insight gleaned from Yellowstone wolves‘ Scientists studying grey wolves in Yellowstone national park have developed a method to predict how animals will respond to climate change. The animals were reintroduced to Yellowstone in the mid-1990s after being driven to extinction more than 70…

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