A 19-year-old German climate change sceptic who has been described by her supporters as “the antidote to Greta Thunberg”, is gaining support from right-wing organisations, including Germany’s far-right party AfD party, and a think tank with links to The White House.Naomi Seibt began uploading videos to YouTube last year, with titles such as “Climate change – just hot air?”, “Fierce without Feminism”, and “Message to the Media – HOW DARE YOU?”.
The glossy black cockatoo, Kangaroo Island dunnart and southern corroboree frog are just some of the species that could face extinction.
"They don't care about kids and they don't care about the environment kids will inherit..."
Family gaming replacing TV, the 'Greta Effect' and plastic-free living are among the top trends expected to shape parenting in the next decade.
Kendall Jenner took to Instagram to share photos and videos of her 24th birthday celebration at a race track. Now, critics are calling her out for "ruining the environment."
The Progressive Conservative government is defending its plan for the environment despite mounting criticism it's not aggressive enough to make a difference in the fight against climate change.
After they took a private Boeing 747 plane on Monday to an unknown location, people are questioning how genuine the celebrity couple's environmental concerns really are.
What started off as a passing joke between Julia Mooney and her husband became a real experiment when she "really started thinking about it a little bit more seriously." "It actually seemed like a good idea," she said.
With 1,3 million hectares, the Jamanxim National Forest is today a microsm that replicates what happens in the Amazon, where thousands of hectares of land are prey of illegal woodcutters, stock breeders and gold miners. Avoiding meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on the planet, according to the scientists behind the most comprehensive analysis to date of the damage farming does to the planet. The new research shows that without meat and dairy consumption, global farmland use could be reduced by more than 75% – an area equivalent to the US, China, European Union and Australia combined – and still feed the world.
Sunday evening was girls' night, according to Ivanka Trump's Instagram, where she posted a pic of herself in an off-the-shoulder dress from Reformation.
Leonardo DiCaprio hosted the fourth annual fundraising gala for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (LDF) in St. Tropez, France, on Wednesday evening, and it was a truly star-studded event.The guest list for the evening included names such as Tobey Maguire, Uma Thurman, Jared Leto, Kate Winslet, and Sean Penn, who all showed their support for the foundation’s cause: protecting threatened wildlife. The LDF partnered with similar charities for the cause — including Doutzen Kroes‘s #knotonmyplanet campaign, which brought a number of models to the event as well.DiCaprio arranged a surprise performance by Madonna, as well as one by Lenny Kravitz, and both wowed the audience before the gala’s auction took place. By the looks of the A-listers, and the Titanic reunion moments, the evening seemed to be a success.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
Just in time for road trip season, the social media stars of the winter have a fashion statement for you. The Alt National Park Service, those rogue park rangers of the anti-Trump resistance, asked on Facebook last weekend if anybody wanted them to make a T-shirt. The post itself is blowing up, with comments that are almost as entertaining as the original AltNPS tweets themselves.
On Tuesday, Tiffany & Co. posted a statement on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and in the New York Times: Please keep the U.S. in the Paris Climate Agreement.
Scientists at Carleton University in Canada have found that microfibers, a kind of plastic found in modern apparel like yoga pants and fleece-jackets, are contaminating rivers, streams and oceans. When these and other similar kinds of garments are washed, hundreds of thousands of microfibers are flushed into the wastewater system, eventually reaching oceans and rivers. This has serious repercussions on aquatic life as ingesting microfibers makes all kinds of marine life, everything from fish to crabs, feel full but provides no nutrition.
Don’t launder your jeans as often as you think you should? A University of Alberta textile scientist wants people to wash their jeans less often to reduce their average carbon footprint. “Laundering and the process of fabric care … it uses up water and resources … and energy,” researcher Rachel McQueen told the Edmonton Journal.