Today’s oceans are a tumult of engine roar, artificial sonar and seismic blasts that make it impossible for marine creatures to hunt or communicate. We could make it stop, so why don’t we? We were whaling with cameras, joining a flotilla of a dozen other tourist boats from harbours all around the Salish Sea. It was one of my first trips to the area, in August 2001. The fuzz and…
Interview Moses Keteko: The voice of the Eco Warriors For my community, the aid of world funds is paramount to solving the lack of access to clean and sufficient water. "The water will spark new and essential activities in farming and livestock," explains Moses Keteko, a member of Rotaract and pure Maasai Humanity will grow the right way only if led by innovative ideas and kindness in those who guide…
New analysis shows how companies can target renewable-energy purchases and investments to reduce water risk and carbon emissions in tandem. Dwindling supplies of freshwater pose a material business risk: one estimate shows that the lack of clean fresh water threatens some $425 billion of value across more than 500 companies. Companies with water-intensive operations are apt to be attuned to water risk. But all companies can be indirectly exposed to…