This week, the Philippines closed for six months the most popular island of the archipelago which seems to have become, according to President Rodrigo Duterte, a "septic tank" because of mass tourism. Let's take a closer look at this phenomenon visible on a global scale.
On February 3, “Strawless Day” was held in Paris. The objective of this day is to educate the population to limit the consumption of plastic straws, a small harmless object, but which generates thousands of tons of non-biodegradable waste per year.
This week, Australia appealed to scientists around the world to find a solution to protect the Great Barrier Reef, still threatened by pollution. Let's take a closer look at this UNESCO World Heritage gem.
The Canadian federal government has just announced the creation of a carbon tax. The objective of this tax is to reduce the production of carbon emissions by companies and therefore by the population. How will this tax work? What will be the impacts on the population?