A team of researchers identified relatively small changes that could be activated within 15 years to bring about systemic changes within 30.
A new study predicts more deaths from injuries in a warmer world.
Carbon capture is more difficult on moving vehicles than stationary smokestacks. But a proposed new system could make it feasible.
Experiencing a weather disaster doesn’t necessarily focus a community’s attention on the climate crisis. The reasons include a lack of bandwidth in the aftermath of a disaster, and politics.
Models often underestimate the speed of decarbonization and magnitude of potential climate solutions, suggesting there’s more hope for holding climate change in check than we think.
Researchers used data from global climate models to calculate how future increases in extreme heat are likely to shorten pregnancies. Each additional hot day is likely to affect the timing of at least 822 births.
The social costs of mining cryptocurrency will outstrip the value of the coins well before mining them becomes unprofitable, a new study suggests.
Before the Green New Deal had received widespread media coverage, the policy enjoyed majority support from members of both political parties, a new study suggests.
Homes likely to be inundated by future sea level rise currently sell for about 7% more in neighborhoods with a high percentage of climate deniers than similar homes in climate believer neighborhoods.
The structure of electricity markets in many wealthy economies is likely to make it more difficult to decarbonize. But the solution could be as simple as adding a new feature to these markets to juice the adoption of renewable energy technologies like solar and wind.