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When we connect with people on a human level based on what matters to them, we can significantly increase demand for climate policies that will save the planet.
The Miyawaki Urban Forest History Project aims to create a sustainable urban forest that celebrates the area’s history and promotes environmental awareness.
This Valentine’s Day, show your love for yourself, your loved ones, and the next generation by preparing an easy and delicious plant-based dessert!
This month we welcome speakers from five nations, reporting on Rotary’s work at COP 28, dangers to biodiversity, tools for climate action, and the impact of environmental crises on Rotary’s disaster response.
The Mississippi River Partnership is restoring and maintaining pollinator species throughout the Mississippi River region.
Community Action for Fresh Water incorporates, learns from, and expands upon the success of Rotary members who have been protecting freshwater ecosystems.
The World Water Minga Project promotes community river action to raise awareness about water pollution and the importance of river ecosystems.
Try three post-holiday renewal recipes from ESRAG’s Plant-Rich Diet cookbook: great for your health and one of the most effective climate actions you can take.
COP 28 blazes new paths to scale Rotary climate impact. Link to roadmaps, reports, and ESRAG leaders’ key takeaways from Rotary’s biggest-ever engagement with the UN climate conference.
ESRAG nominates five projects for the 2024 Earthshot Prize. Any who make it to the finalist round will have a tremendous opportunity to develop and scale up their innovative environmental solutions.
By Ariel Miller and Laurie Zuckerman. Judith Diment, MBE, who led Rotary International’s delegation to the UN Climate Conference in Dubai, will give a special report to ESRAG’s Projects Seminar on February 7 at 14:00 UTC. Don’t miss this Zoom event, which will...
Rotarians are transforming lives and land in drought-stricken regions of East Africa by partnering with Sand Dams Worldwide
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