The Caspian Sea’s decline means a climate-led water crisis for at least five Asian nations as inland seas dry up.
Contributing farmland restoration to united nations decade on ecosystem restoration
In the concrete jungle, the most dramatic high-rise could be the mercury. Urban dwellers should expect much hotter cities.
To slow climate change, we’ll need to not just cut emissions, but sequester them. And for that we’ll need to protect healthy ecosystems, experts say.
Spotlighting the new Wageningen biodiversity initiative in an interview with professor of plant ecology and nature conservation Liesje Mommer
Our roundtable webinar explored whether calls to ‘build back better’ from COVID-19 are matched with real policy commitments
What does green mean?
The climate crisis is exacting a rising price from the worldwide insurance industry, a relief and development agency says.
Court rules Shell must cut CO2 emissions 45% by 2030.
2020 matched all global heating records. In 2021 carbon releases will reach a milestone. Soon we face a 2°C hotter future.
— It’s not easy to build consumer trust in emission measurements if nobody understands how to use the equipment. For better efficacy, familiarizing your staff with the tech is essential. Imagine this scenario: you work in a car garage or as an EMC engineer. One day, a client brings their car in for an MOT.…
“People should be concerned about airborne microplastics.”
In the activist community, it’s easy to feel that activists need to be perfect role models of our cause, thus setting impossibly high standards for ourselves.
As temperatures increase, rising heat will mean many power stations falter, leaving homes dark, chilly and short of energy.
A restoration project in Northern DRC is bringing degraded land back into productivity.
Dr. Danielle Ignace has found a way to unify her Native American and western science identities to better understand big ecosystem changes.