It’s a cruel irony that those of us who care deeply about the environment are often the same people who love visiting far-off corners of the planet—the thought of generating more greenhouse gas emissions to reach those destinations can put a damper on our dreams of adventure.
The United States will sweat it out against Portugal today in Manaus, a city deep in the heart of the Amazon. Whereas Portugal is a niche specialist in sustainable cork, the US is a power player, with a massive population whose consumption decisions have a huge environmental impact.
How do the six teams playing today in the World Cup match up in terms of environmental victories? Take a look at our Environmental League Table to find out!
As Ecuador and Honduras prepare for todays World Cup match, let’s see how they fare in the Rainforest Alliance Head to Head Challenge.
Through the Adopt-A-Rainforest program, the Rainforest Alliance is working with the Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) to support two groups of indigenous Maya in their efforts to reforest the banks of the Rio Grande in the foothills of the Maya Mountains.