Never mind the future – rich countries have already benefited from climate change, while poor countries have suffered dramatic economic losses.
Trees clean urban air, store carbon, slow floodwaters and can be used to design safer streets. Scholars are starting to calculate what these services are worth – a fitting topic for Arbor Day.
The Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 provides important lessons of worker solidarity and action that we may need to pay close attention to as labour struggles are likely to intensify in Canada.
There have historically been few key points of difference on foreign policy during elections. Despite daunting challenges on the global stage, this year's election campaign looks to be much the same.
Some areas in Kenya haven't experienced "long rains" for three consecutive years causing crop failures and food insecurity.
Researchers are only beginning to understand the impact of pollution and increased temperatures on the biology of mosquitoes.
XR has the nation's attention, but to build on this momentum its purpose must not become overshadowed by its tactics.
A new study lays out a road map for protecting and restoring 50% of Earth's surface, targeted to preserve biodiversity and maximize natural removal of carbon from the atmosphere.
Much of the devastation of our globe's natural resources traces its origins to early colonialism. These relationships continue to define the extraction of resources that severely impact ecosystems.
I helped write the IPCC 1.5°C report the number apparently comes from. But the truth is better – and worse – than that.
Cyclone Idai showed just how unprepared SADC is to respond to major natural disasters.
The latest report on the state of New Zealand's environment delivers a forceful official statement on climate change impacts.
Carbon pricing is the most market-based means of addressing the climate crisis, yet it is strongly opposed by politicians that claim to support free markets.
The BBC's new documentary is a great opportunity to challenge our current economic system.
Pacific island nations are often framed as remote atolls facing rising seas and cyclones. But their cities are growing fast, so are efforts to help the most climate-vulnerable people hitting the mark?
Record-breaking summer heat might mean trees delay and mute their autumn hues.
As warming temperatures shift the availability of key food sources, Alberta's grizzly bears will be forced to adjust.
Scientists are trying to figure out what risks changes in Lake Chad's levels pose to people in the region.
A rapid transition from fossil fuels is possible by targeting the 'tipping points' in our political and economic systems.
What creates such dramatic storms across the US Great Plains? The key factors are topography and temperature differences.