Norvergence’s Environmental Research Got Published on 4 Renowned Websites

In the era of increasing global warming, many environmentalists, politicians, artists, and social workers are trying to create a difference through different channels or methods. Norvergence is an initiative taken by a group of environmentalists to aware people regarding environmental issues and what we can do to tackle it.

Their work got published on 4 renowned websites such as Nation of Change, ESI Africa, The Environmental and

The published content contains in-depth research about issues like economic impacts of climate change (across the globe), environmental activists being killed globally, psychosocial and mental health impacts of climate change, impacts of climate change in Vietnam (case study) and how education helps to address climate change.

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Norvergence: The Connection between Amazon Rain-forest and Climate Change

The team of environmentalists led by George Stacey in collaboration with many other institutions curated a perfect infographic which clearly demonstrates the impact of climate change on the Amazon rainforest.

Check also this previous post: Norvergence: Yes, It’s time to Panic about Climate Crisis

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Top 10 amazing environmentally friendly websites

Today’s environment/weather conditions are worst due to our lifestyle and wastage of water, pollution, lack of trees, etc. That day is not far when we will not survive in these conditions due to climate change and global warming. We should start working towards making people aware of climate change, environmental issues.

We are going to share a list of those websites who are working in the same direction and making people aware of environmental conditions.

Here is the list:

  • Grist
  • RealClimate
  • Norvergence
  • Recycle Now
  • World Changing
  • Freecycle
  • Treehugger
  • Planet Ark
  • National Geographic
  • Greenpeace

Grist:  Grist is an American non-profit online magazine that has been publishing environmental news and commentary since 1999. Grist’s taglines are “Gloom and doom with a sense of humor” and “A beacon in the smog”. Grist is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and has 35 writers and employees.

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RealClimate: RealClimate is a commentary site on climatology. The site’s contributors include climate scientists whose goal is to provide a response to developing stories and a context they feel is sometimes missing in the mainstream commentary on climate science and climate change.

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Norvergence: “Norvergence connects communities of indigenous people with resources such as networking training, research opportunities, health analyses, etc. Environmentalists at Norvergence host conferences, forums on a local and national level where they discuss environmental issues such as global warming, climate change, melting of glaciers, etc.”

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Recycle Now: Recycle Now is the national recycling campaign for England, supported and funded by Government, managed by WRAP and used locally by over 90% of English authorities.

We’re here to help people to recycle more things, more often. More than six out of ten of us now describe ourselves as committed recyclers, compared to less than half when the campaign began in 2004.

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World Changing:  Worldchanging was a nonprofit online publisher that operated from 2003 to 2010. Its strapline was A bright green future. It published newsletters and books about sustainability, bright green environmentalism, futurism, and social innovation.

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Freecycle: The Freecycle Network is a nonprofit organization registered in Arizona and as a charity in the United Kingdom. TFN coordinates a worldwide network of “gifting” groups to divert reusable goods from landfills.

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Treehugger: TreeHugger is a sustainability website that was rated the top sustainability blog of 2007 by Nielsen Netratings, and was included in Time Magazine’s 2009 blog index as one of the top twenty-five blogs. TreeHugger was acquired by Discovery Communications on August 1, 2007, for $10 million.

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Planet Ark: Planet Ark Environmental Foundation is an Australian not-for-profit environmental organization, founded in 1992, which works with the public and business alike to help find the simple ways in which they can reduce their impact on the planet, at home, at work, and in the community.

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National Geographic: National Geographic is an American pay television network and flagship channel that is owned by National Geographic Partners, a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and the National Geographic Society, with the operational management handled by Walt Disney Television.

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Greenpeace: Greenpeace is a non-governmental environmental organization with offices in over 39 countries and an international coordinating body in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Greenpeace was founded in 1971 by Irving Stowe and Dorothy Stowe, Canadian and US ex-pat environmental activists.

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Norvergence: Vietnamese and the Fear of Global Warming

Global warming is the most serious challenge to the development of Vietnam. The country’s economy is dependent on the agricultural sector that is highly vulnerable to climate change.

In the blog post, Norvergence discusses how the rising temperature and other constraints put pressure on different sectors of Vietnam.

Here are the highlighted points that are covered in this report:
  • Sea-level rise
  • Temperature
  • Rainfall
  • Possible effects of climate change
  • Water resources
  • Vulnerable populations
  • Agriculture
  • Transportation
  • Aquaculture
  • Human health
  • Economic impacts
  • Government crafted many policies to combat climate change
  • Nation Target Program on Climate Change (NTPCC) is affecting the following key areas

To know completed details on these points, please visit this link shared by Norvergence.

Norvergence: Governments and Firms of 28 Countries Sued Over Climate Change

Environmentalists at Norvergence studied a report according to which around 1300 legal actions have been taken regarding climate crisis since 1990. 28 countries including Brazil, Spain, UK, Australia, Germany, and New Zealand are listed in the report.

Norvergence also found the piece of an interview given by the co-author of the report, Joana Setzer.

She said: People and environmental groups are forcing governments and companies into court for failing to act on climate change, and not just in the US. The number of countries in which people are taking climate change court action is likely to continue to rise.

Previous post: Norvergence: Global Climate Strike on 20th September 2019

Out of 1300 cases, two are considered as landmark cases.

  1. Ashgar Leghari, a farmer in the Punjab region of Pakistan filed a case against the government that it was violating his human rights by failing to curb the impacts of climate change. He won the case and climate change commission was established there.

  2. The Ugrenda foundation case in the Netherlands forced the government to adopt stricter emissions.

Norvergence applauds the effort of individuals or communities that were behind these cases.

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