A new report calls land key to solving climate change. The good news is that there are strategies for reducing carbon emissions from land use that can also produce economic and social benefits.
New research forecasts that climate change will make multiyear stretches with low snow levels more common across western North America – bad news for water managers, farmers, foresters and skiers.
Island nations composed of low-lying atolls are at risk of being wiped out by rising sea levels in the era of climate change. Yet the international community is doing next to nothing to help them.
Global phosphate production is set to peak in 2030, around the same time the world's population will reach nine billion. As a finite resource, a phosphate shortage will effect global food production.
An ecosystems approach to cities that recognizes rats as part of the ecosystem can help address the challenges presented by urban rats.
As the impacts of climate change escalate, bankruptcies and other corporate financial woes are likely to only increase.
If the climate is in peril, why has the federal government approved a pipeline that will ship close to 600,000 barrels of oil per day from Alberta to British Columbia?
From heat stroke to asthma to lyme disease, climate change already poses a serious health risk.
Insects are high in protein and rich in other nutrients and, unlike beef and other livestock, have little impact on climate.
Petroleum exploration in Alberta has disturbed more than 1,900 sq. km of wetlands in Alberta, boosting emissions of methane: a potent greenhouse gas.
A skull found in West Greenland is proven to be the first-generation male offspring of a female narwhal and male beluga whale. The creature's unusual diet may have been a result of its strange teeth.
Can new language change the way the public and politicians perceive the hazards of the Earth's changing climate?
The global focus on plastic pollution isn't a distraction from other planetary issues.
Laws and policies that marginalize Indigenous people and communities make these same people vulnerable to disaster.
The Conservatives' green investment standards may not have a direct impact on emissions. But with a few tweaks, it could be effective and affordable.