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The Miyawaki Urban Forest History Project aims to create a sustainable urban forest that celebrates the area’s history and promotes environmental awareness.
By David Brawn, ESRAG Director and PDG of District 9675 In November, 2023 District 9705’s Environmental Envoy Outreach Program won an award for Communication and Engagement in the prestigious Keep Australia Beautiful Tidy Towns Contest for New South Wales. Judges...
Share your skills with ESRAG’s Conserving Glacial Resources Task Force. We call on Rotarians worldwide with skills in technology, advocacy, citizen and data analysis to join the Task Force as we test and implement new systems to conserve glacial meltwater and preserve freshwater supplies on which billions depend.
by Ariel Miller, ESRAG Newsletter Editor Canada’s first-ever solar Habitat project is now underway and making headlines, thanks to the advocacy of Carolyn Weatherson, Past President of the Rotary Club of Guelph. And it’s huge: 70 low-income families stand to benefit...
ESRAG and Redwood Materials have a new toolkit American Rotarians can use to launch lithium-ion battery recycling in your community. Redwood can recapture about 95% of the critical materials and use them to make new components for rechargeable batteries to meet sharply-rising demand. Read more so you can teach your neighbors to mine their junk drawers.
Zambian girls and boys team up to end period poverty by learning about menstrual health and discovering their power as leaders and entrepreneurs.
Here’s how you can follow Rotary in action at COP 28. and also share your news if you’re there too!
PDG Jeff Smith of D 7170 reports how Rotarians are mobilizing their knowledge and networks for Central New York State’s transformation from Rust Belt to green economy.
Rotarians around the world share gratitude for John Mathers, founder of the Rotary Climate Action Team Network – now more than 900 clubs strong. In this remembrance Rotary friends and colleagues celebrate his impact in equipping Rotarians for climate action, his dedication to building the leadership of youth, and his tremendous empathy and zest.
“Eat plants and plant trees” is the take-home message of this three-part talk that Australian climate scientist Gerald Wedderborn-Bisshop recorded for ESRAG’s Plant-Rich Diet Task Force on the potential of rewilding grazing lands and ending deforestation to reverse global warming and protect human food security.
Try Hara Bhara Kebab, a delicious, vegan, and protein-rich treat for the holidays.
The search for the next Winners of The Earthshot Prize 2024The search for the next Winners of The Earthshot Prize 2024 has begun and ESRAG is proud to be an Official Nominator. The Earthshot Prize is a global environmental prize and platform for impact, dedicated to...
Discover the growing adoption of greener transportation in South Asia in this glimpse of how Indian women prosper with e-taxis.
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