We need to develop a ‘slow memory’ of how long-term developments have impacted us.
More than half of the world’s best growing land could become less suited for coffee.
The package comes as the Morrison government tries to convince the World Heritage Committee it is making every effort to preserve the reef.
Naturalistic thinking has long helped humanity grapple with complex urban predicaments. What role can it play today?
As climate change worsens, their findings highlight the importance of conserving natural river flows to enable freshwater species to respond and adapt.
Recent estimates put atmospheric methane at 1,900 parts per billion – close to triple its pre-industrial average.
After another devastating wildfire year in the West, the Biden administration has a plan to ramp up forest thinning and prescribed burns. Two foresters explain why these projects are so important.
Instead of asking about optimism, it’s time to ask what we as citizens are going to do about climate change.
The rapid rate of species declines means we should trial potential solutions before it’s too late.
Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the world’s most sunlit regions. A prototype generator uses that sunlight in place of diesel to support unreliable electricity grids.
Wind turbines often can produce more power than is needed for electricity onshore. That extra energy could be put to work capturing and storing carbon.
Climate models point to these extreme heatwaves becoming more frequent in southwest Australia – a region considered a climate change hotspot.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, the agenda for 2022 includes key developments to tackle the connected crises of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution.
Helping transform food systems so they serve people around the world starts with taking an active approach to addressing inequalities.
Climate change doesn’t just affect the atmosphere and the oceans, it affects the Earth’s crust as well.
Permafrost in the Yukon is a treasure trove of ancient environmental DNA, but climate change threatens these rich historical archives.
Regulators, banks and policy-makers use stress tests to uncover weak points in how financial institutions operate and identify changes that will help buffer them from harm.
Plan to cut emissions quickly, use offsets sparingly and set broader goals for improving society.
A new report uncovers how temperature-related deaths and hospital admissions have changed since 2001.
As one of the few countries to have enshrined net-zero into law, Canada has earned praise for its climate leadership. Yet an independent report calls out its continued failures to reduce emissions.