EcoWatch is an environmental website reporting on environmental news, green living, and sustainable businesses. It provides timely access to relevant information that educates and motivates individuals to become engaged in their community, adopt sustainable practices, and support strong environmental policy. EcoWatch was founded in September 2009 and is based in Ohio, Illinois.
TypePrivate
HQCleveland, US
Founded2006
Size (employees)6 (est)
Websiteecowatch.com
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1,000+ Youth Activists Storm Capitol to Demand Green New Deal

More than 1,000 climate activists with the youth-led Sunrise Movement stormed the U.S. Capitol in Washington and participated in sit-ins at Democratic leaders' offices on Monday. The protesters demanded Reps. Nancy Pelosi, Steny Hoyer and Jim McGovern support Rep-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's pro…

Canada as Ugly Neighbor: Mines in BC Would Devastate Alaskan Tribes

By Ramin PejanMining operations in Canada are threatening to destroy the way of life of Southeast Alaskan Tribes who were never consulted about the mines by the governments of Canada or British Columbia.The Tribes have depended for millennia upon the pristine watersheds of the Taku, Stikine and Unuk…

World's Largest Palm Oil Trader Ramps Up Zero-Deforestation Efforts

The world's largest palm oil trader released plans on Monday to increase its efforts to eliminate deforestation from its supply chain. Wilmar International, which supplies 40 percent of the world's palm oil, has teamed up with the sustainability consultancy Aidenvironment Asia to develop a com…

New EPA Rule Would Sabotage Clean Water Act

By Jake JohnsonIn a move environmentalists are warning will seriously endanger drinking water and wildlife nationwide, President Donald Trump's U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is reportedly gearing up to hand yet another gift to big polluters by drastically curtailing the number of waterw…

40 Acres of Farm Land in America Is Lost to Development Every Hour

By Brian BarthPicture bulldozers plowing up pastures and cornfields to put in subdivisions and strip malls. Add to this picture the fact that the average age of the American farmer is nearly 60—it's often retiring farmers that sell to real estate developers. They can afford to pay much more for prop…

60,000 Liters of Oil Spills From Pipeline Into Brazilian Bay

About 60,000 liters (15,850 gallons) of oil spilled from a pipeline into the Estrela River and spread to Rio de Janeiro's famed Guanabara Bay over the weekend, according to Reuters and local reports. The pipeline is owned by Transpetro, the largest oil and gas transportation company in Brazil,…
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