A UN meeting this week considered a motion on a suite of technologies known as ‘solar radiation modification’, but no consensus could be reached on the controversial topic.
Underground thermal networks have the potential to revolutionize how Canadians heat their homes while helping to reduce carbon emissions.
And are flowering earlier as a result of the climate crisis.
Jokes can be a healing contagion as they expose hypocrisy, spark laughter and open minds.
Recent research sheds light on the ocean’s annual ‘biological clock’ and highlights the key dynamics that make it susceptible to climate change.
Last year was the hottest in recorded history. That heat led to a range of unusually intense weather events across Australia.
A new study reveals that from 2050, Africa will suffer from food and water scarcity, and a massive loss of jobs in agriculture, unless climate change mitigation measures are put in place now.
A new UN report finds that the true global cost of producing food is $12.7 trillion more than consumers pay at the checkout counter. We pay those uncounted costs in other ways.
Many Australians probably thought the worst of the bushfire season was over. But climate change is bringing not just more frequent and severe fires, but longer fire seasons.
Extreme winds from thunderstorms have downed transmission towers from Victoria to Western Australia in recent years. What’s going on?
The temptation to justify critical minerals mining at all costs is a dangerous fallacy. The social and environmental impacts of poorly mined critical minerals are dire.
Insight from one of the largest experiments ever conducted in climate change psychology sheds light on how people could make more effective decisions about their lifestyle and also wider policies.
Many incentive programs promote e-bike use, but they aren’t necessarily targeting the right people for the right reasons.
Recent research about energy industry restructuring options for a green transition indicates that innovation in renewable energy positively influences GDP.
Agricultural sustainability is as much about power and sovereignty as it is about soil, water and crops.
‘Beccs’ faces lots of problems. A global switch away from meat could help address them.
Human health depends on having a liveable planet and this is inextricably linked to food systems.
We know particles from spacecrafts are in the stratosphere. But what this means for the ozone layer or the climate is still unknown.
Western Sydney residents whose homes often get hotter inside than outside during heatwaves have learnt to be resourceful in adapting to the increasing heat.
Transmission towers bent like soft plastic when extreme winds whipped through Victoria last week. Fixing it means asking hard questions.