Our research shows the best changes individuals can make to cut carbon emissions and reduce the effects of climate change.
The prime minister sent a message to the Chinese government that it should learn the lessons from Russia’s ‘strategic failure’ in Ukraine.
This Plastic Free July, we need to be teaching children to demand less plastic from the world’s worst producers instead of expecting change from individual recycling efforts.
In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court held that an Obama administration plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants exceeded the power that Congress gave to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Labor has promised a 43% cut in Australia’s emissions by 2030 and a high-integrity carbon credit market is vital to reaching this goal.
Fire weather reason – when wildfires are most likely to strike – has expanded almost everywhere.
A progress report from the Climate Change Committee claims the UK has no plan for retrofitting homes.
Stemming the water crisis in the western US will require cities and rural areas to work together to make water use on farms – the largest source of demand – more efficient.
Politicians may be better served addressing the message, rather than attacking the messengers.
The tourist appeal of the St. Lawrence River dates to the 19th century. Residents and summer visitors have rubbed shoulders ever since, but not necessarily shared the same ideas about its attractions.
Species will endure intolerable conditions long after the global average temperature stabilises.
Climate change has a clear link to rising foodborne illnesses. Blackouts during heat waves and wildfires are a growing part of the problem.
As crops fail in the rising heat, men are leaving many rural areas for migrant work in cities. Women are left to tend to the farming in increasingly dangerous conditions.
Feeding insects instead of grain to animals is an inexpensive, sustainable way to increase the world food supply. An animal scientist explains what’s involved in developing insect feed for cattle.
A reconstructed record of cyclone activity going as far back as 1850 has revealed interesting trends, both around Australia and globally.
‘Green water’ is essential for healthy soils and a benign climate, but it’s under threat.
The Earth has had at least five major ice ages, and humans showed up in time for the most recent one. In fact, we’re still in it.
New research has found suicides increase during drought, and climate change will see more drought in Australia.
Thanks to their high concentrations of phytoplankton, African lakes emit less CO2 than their boreal counterparts, with important consequences for climate modelling.
Researchers have long argued that greywater could bolster South Africa’s food security if it’s used to water domestic food gardens.