Metal mining in Haiti will bring profits to the few and more misery for the masses. Haitian legislators should heed the example of El Salvador and listen to the voices of their own people who are cautioning against mining and demanding less destructive and more inclusive development.
A new report from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) details how home composting is among the best opportunities to reduce food waste, especially in the near term and in areas lacking curbside collection or facilities to compost.
We respond to a recent article that is critical of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems.
We have supported research in CA that found that sequestration of just one metric ton per hectare on half the rangeland area in California would offset 42 million metric tons of CO2e, an amount equivalent to the annual GHG emissions from energy use for commercial and residential sectors in California.
Virunga National Park, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, is Africa’s oldest national park and its most biologically diverse protected area. 3,000 square miles of pristine beauty, lush forests, and active volcanoes. Join us for a beautiful photo tour and explore some inspiring and impactful Congolese entrepreneurship projects.
Fresno, Long Beach to receive $400,000 for clean transportation projects
The 11th Hour team visited grantee Food Commons in California's Central Valley. Join us for a beautiful photo tour of the local food and art we experienced while we were there!
Guinean civil society calls on AngloGold Ashanti to suspend evictions: the State exerted pressure by military violence and the company took advantage of this intimidation, contrary to national law and international standards.
The 11th Hour Project is excited to announce the launch of the Regenerative Agriculture Foundation (RAF) whose mission is to support farmers and ranchers, the managers of the vast majority of the nation’s land surface, through research, education and advocacy.
The 11th Hour Project, a program of The Schmidt Family Foundation, is excited to announce the winning transportation solutions for the Just Transit SF challenge. Award recipients will increase access to reliable, cost-effective, and lower carbon transportation options, leverage existing infrastructure, and partner with local organizations to implement the project by November 2017 in San Francisco.
After receiving over 100 submissions, The 11th Hour team narrowed in on eight projects aimed at increasing the adoption of EVs in the United States.