Earth Hour 2020 on Saturday 28 March presents a unique opportunity this year: shining a light on biodiversity loss and climate change during the coronavirus outbreak.
Covid-19 crisis and Earth Hour: An opportunity to reflect on the deteriorating health of the planet
This feature includes two prominent RA mentions: a description of the Rainforest Alliance and a reference to the fact that “according to the Rainforest Alliance, diversification is the key to helping farmers protect themselves from market volatility and the increasing effects of climate change.”
India’s coffee-growing tradition thrives with new gourmet producers
Most powerful, cost-effective technology for carbon capturing at global scale is actually forests themselves, says environmentalist.
Forests ‘powerhouses’ for fighting climate change: Experts
The current pandemic crisis offers a chance to reimagine our approaches to managing natural resources, argues Martin Noponen of the Rainforest Alliance.
Cohabiting with a virus: We must learn to live life on land more sustainably
Applications abound for sustainable AI and machine-learning. FarmGrow, for example, is a social enterprise established by the Rainforest Alliance and Grameen Foundation to support farmers in major cocoa-producing areas of the world.
The Times Supplement: Are AI and sustainability the perfect match?
The Rainforest Alliance is strengthening its cocoa certification programme after its Utz scheme that came under fire last year.
Rainforest Alliance to bolster cocoa certification programme after blunders