To protect the climate, most coal, oil, and natural gas must be left in the ground, a recent study reported.
Comprehensive plans to reduce carbon emissions in cities are great, but small, low-budget changes can make a big difference, too
By tapping traditional knowledge, Ebru Baybara Demir is helping make farming in southeastern Turkey more resilient to climate change
Amid rising racism – from online hate speech to football fans subjecting black players to monkey chants – many Italian farmers desperate for labour have welcomed migrants in order to safeguard Italy’s culinary heritage
Instead of wasting time trying to convert climate change deniers, we should invest it in motivating passive allies to act.
As permafrost thaws, winter carbon emissions from Arctic regions appear to be adding more carbon to Earth’s atmosphere each year than is being taken up by plants and trees.
There’s change afoot even where scientists least expect it, among the Arctic’s oldest ice. If it goes, so does the wildlife.
Oceans could provide more than two thirds of the animal protein that U.N. food experts predict will be needed to feed the world in future
The set of ideas now called ‘Ergodicity Economics’ is overturning a fundamental concept at the heart of economics, with radical implications for the way we approach uncertainty and cooperation
In “Giants of the Monsoon Forest,” Jacob Shell explores the ancient, mutually beneficial alliance between Asian elephants and their human neighbors.