Plan A’s sustainable gift list 2017
We know a thing or two about gifts
The end of the ivory game
Recess is over, poachers.
Riverboating with Renaud Fulconis
Bask in the determination and realness of a guy who swims in rivers where wild hippos sleep.
Going on an expedition with Valentin Pacaut
Pointing the objective at nature's beauty
How are wildfires related to climate change
Just breathe. Maybe not. Not everywhere. Summer of 2017 has set the world on fire. Why have they come all at once?
Tales of a tree
The story that no one man has ever seen with his own eyes.
Palm oil’s irresistible rise
You’ve heard about it, you’ve eaten some, you’ve even probably washed your face with it a thousand time. But you have no idea what it looks like, or why, all of a sudden, everybody started talking about it.
The Pipeline and the River(s)
Last May saw the completion of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a much resisted and controversial project transporting crude oil from Canada to Texas. And through rivers, ranches and sacred Native burial grounds.
Trees have internet
It’s like science fiction, but without fiction.
How we shape environment and its consequences
Hi, if you are reading this message, you are in the anthropocene, the period during which human activity has become the dominant influence on climate and the environment.
Deep dive into ecosystem services
From bacteria decomposing waste into nutrients to the rays of the Sun we are being provided everyday with natural resources and we are not even aware of it. Should nature come with a price tag?
The Drivers of Deforestation
If a tree falls in a forest with no living beings around does it make a sound? The answer will always remain unknown. But when we cut a tree down, then everybody will hear it. The animals that were living there, the neighbour trees and the Earth beneath of it they will all hear its fall.
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