“If you had told me years ago that I was going to have a wolf, and she was going to be a healer, I would’ve said you’re nuts!”
By 2100 much of Europe faces severe coastal flooding and sea level rise averaging over 50 centimetres, even with stringent greenhouse gas cuts, scientists say.
Some environmentalists are opting to meet their dietary protein needs by eating bugs—like this Thai green curry crickets dish—instead of meat.
An interview with scientist Bruno Locatelli on improving the design of climate change projects
New research predicts that global warming will cause a massive rise in global wildfires, particularly on Australia’s east coast and in the Mediterranean basin.
Researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK are experimenting with perovskites as the semiconductor in solar cells that could someday supply your home with free electricity.
As global leaders embrace natural climate solutions at the un climate summit in new york, iied’s research shows how to tap the potential of nature-based solutions in tackling the impacts of climate change.
Electric trains in the Netherlands have relied entirely on renewable energy since 1 January, and now the UK and Belgium are following in their tracks.
As the world heats up so too will the need for air conditioning, but America’s electricity grid could struggle to meet demand, say US scientists.
What you need to know to prevent eco-suicide.
Critical differences of opinion over how, or even whether, the high seas should be subject to a governance regime led to sluggish progress at times at international negotiations in new york recently. Essam yassin mohammed spells out how he thinks things need to change.
— In this climate change video essay, I briefly analyze The Day After Tomorrow and why disaster movies and Cli-Fi in general matter for climate action. I look at how climate change is depicted in the science fiction genre, and how we might come to use it to raise awareness about environmental issues. — —…
The production of artificial snow that heats buildings is Norway’s response to the rising temperatures that threaten the country’s favourite sport.
The forests of Indonesia are still falling to feed the world’s demand for paper products.
CIFOR scientist Manuel Guariguata speaks at CBD COP13
Saltwater crocodiles regularly kill people and livestock in australia, but a scheme enabling people to earn money from farming them has helped to change local attitudes