Millions of dollars have gone into California’s forest carbon offset program – with little new carbon storage to show for it, a new study suggests.
Canada and its allies must advocate for international peaceful diplomacy to stop the threat of nuclear war and prevent further climate devastation.
It’s a landmark agreement, acknowledging for the first time that wealthy countries bear some responsibility to help. But it leaves many unanswered questions.
Tangible solutions would reduce livestock methane emissions, while also improving productivity and livelihoods.
Tracking CO2 emissions with satellites can help to support emission reduction efforts under the Paris Agreement.
130 countries have signed a pledge to cut methane emissions by 30%. Success could have a swift impact on global warming.
The best way to cut air pollution is to burn less fossil fuel.
To address Africa’s heavy dependence on fossil fuels and hydropower, there is a need for investment in renewable energy sources like wind and solar.
An update to the 2021 Global Methane Pledge could see tighter restrictions on oil and gas leaks.
Togo can take bold actions to reduce climate change emissions and also improve the health of its citizens.
Australia is an exception among developed nations in having increased energy use per person since 2005. A new consultation paper offers hope of policies that can lift the nation’s energy performance.
A different future will not be possible without reverence, respect, reciprocity and responsibility towards the Earth. On this issue, Indigenous Peoples have a lot to share.
Everyone is feeling the heat these days – even species that develop underground.
Fossil fuels were named as the problem at COP26. We’re no closer to eliminating them a year on.
COP27 is Australia’s chance to join the global climate effort, but we’ll need to bring more to the table to be taken seriously.
COP conferences broadly provide a platform for the negotiation of international climate change agreements.
The UN estimates the global population will pass 8 billion people on Nov. 15, 2022. From the Stone Age to today, here’s how things spiraled out of control.
That’s the big question at the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP27, and it’s controversial.
From planting mangroves to dumping minerals in the ocean, there are lots of ideas for ocean carbon dioxide removal – and even more questions.
The energy-intensive process of producing cement and concrete contributes significantly to global warming while depleting resources. Much more sustainable alternatives are being developed.