This Month: Environment
The environment plays a role in everything we do, from what we eat to where we live—and beyond our borders, the topic can become especially complex. This month, TakePart World will explore the intersection between Earth's constantly-changing challenges and the people and causes it affects around the globe. From how certain countries are winning at conservation (wait 'til you hear what Bhutan is doing) to how rescuing the planet could hurt others (see how saving gorillas comes at the cost of evicting people from their homelands), we hope to shed light on a topic with consequences far and wide.
These stories are part of an ongoing series we and our partners at TakePart Live are producing about the dedicated people around the world working to implement and sustain change on the ground—the individuals, organization, and officials who made a difference.
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