The population of India's IT hub, Bangalore, grew for centuries because of nature, not despite it – a lesson that could give hope for the future of our modern cities.
Green détente options could help South Korea ease the diplomatic tensions in the region.
Constructing large dams can provide much needed electricity for Myanmar. But this can also threaten the livelihoods of millions.
China has successfully implemented afforestation to counter desertification. But, today, it faces another risk: its waters are declining.
Bringing back aurochs is a competitive and ambitious venture aiming at recreating wilderness in Europe. But ethical and scientific questions linger.
Subways seem like the perfect solution to improve air quality in cities. But what about air quality underground?
Engineering solutions are popular interventions, but cities cannot simply pipe away flood risk. Chinese sponge cities offer a way forward.
Flooding in India's main financial hub is a reminder that urban growth has to work with nature.
For mapping patterns of plant invasion from the sky, understanding plant behaviour on the ground and using it along with remote sensing cameras, is crucial.
The right kind of algae can be converted to biofuel, and there are potential side benefits for carbon capture.
Disasters may have 'natural' triggers but why are ethic minorities forced to live under harsh conditions that make them particularly vulnerable to catastrophes?
As Colombia seeks to rebuild after fifty years of armed conflict, an emerging conservationist movement is linking lasting peace to healthy habitats.
Why don't people evacuate their homes when warned of impending storm danger? To save lives, resiliency plans must understand how locals in climate-vulnerable places assess risk.
Bear-man conflicts have made news in the Alps but history tells a story of a possible cohabitation.
Conflict and poverty further deepen the impacts of climate change, resulting widening income inequality between women and men.
Italy, Portugal and Spain have all gone up in flames in recent weeks, highlighting the need to rethink how Mediterranean countries protect people and save ecosystems.
A new study finds that even in best-case scenarios, the fishing communities most hurt by climate change are on small island nations such as Kiribati, the Solomon Islands and the Maldives.
Access to clean and regular water remains a challenge for New Delhi, a city that could easily tackle its water crisis with greater effort.
An expert report shows that the G20 countries are using their energy more efficiently. But there is still a long way to go.
We can't return degraded landscapes to their original state but we can change the way people relate to their local environments.
International problems and local policies are integrally interwoven, whether the nationalists in Washington like it or not.
Understanding what parts of society are susceptible to natural hazards and why, is key for emergency services and risk managers.
By capturing Arctic methane emissions, the gas industry could join the fight against climate change.
New Zealand just conferred personhood upon the Whanganui River, giving it standing to legally defend its rights. Can this novel strategy save the environment?
Hit by weak monsoons, India faces unprecedented water shortages.