Debbie Banks

Journalist, writer, photographer & activist

Debbie Banks has been interested in everything to do with the environment.
In fact, she is an eco-activist and a member of the large family of the tired earth since 2019.
Tiredearth is a nonprofit and a political group trying internationally to inspire, improve awareness, get motivated hearts together, and increase the hope for a shiny future.
Guided by science and experience, we try to solve urgent threats with practical solutions through innovative ways.

Nationality: global
February 15, 2021

Indigenous-managed forests in Brazil's Amazon absorb thousands of dangerous pollutants from wildfire...

Currently, there are 383 recognized Indigenous territories in the Brazilian Legal Amazon, covering m...

April 08, 2023

Drinking alcohol brings no health benefits, study finds

Alcohol use increases the risk of liver disease, some cancers, stroke and heart disease.

April 04, 2023

Climate science pioneer Claude Lorius, dies at 91

In 2002, along with colleague and friend Jean Jouzel, he was awarded the CNRS gold medal.

March 25, 2023

Arctic sea ice thins in 2 big jumps, and now more vulnerable

Recent projections predict the Arctic ocean will be ice free in parts of summer in 20 to 30 years.

March 16, 2023

Far-reaching UN treaty a must to cut global plastic use: experts

Many countries lack the infrastructure to handle the scale of plastic waste generated and it remains...

February 27, 2023

Air pollution increase visible through the paintings of 19th-century artists

The works of Turner and Monet carry quantifiable clues to air pollution levels during the Industrial...

February 05, 2023

Animals at risk from heat waves if global temperatures keep rising, says study

Recurring periods of extreme heat affect wildlife.

January 22, 2023

Feds release bleak 2022 climate change data: Oceans warm, global temps among hottest on record

The 18 billion-dollar disasters last year were the third most on record, behind 2020 and 2021.

January 14, 2023

Reef fish must relearn the 'rules of engagement' after coral bleaching

Mass coral bleaching events are making it harder for some species of reef fish to identify competito...

January 04, 2023

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