Debris burning, power line sparks, smoking, fireworks, and other incendiary pursuits have doubled the length of the fire season—compared to lightning-caused fires
Ocean sprawl covers more than 30,000 square kilometers of the sea floor—larger than the area of some coastal habitats, including mangroves and seagrass beds.
They argue the new methods are more in line with real-world concerns
Now the bad news: taxing fossil fuel profits probably won’t pay for the green energy transition
They might go to a lot of trouble to make changes that have a marginal impact at best
How far has opinion moved from climate-change denial toward acceptance and, ultimately, action?
Post-coronavirus economic recovery policies could make or break the effort to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees
Investing an additional 1.2% of global GDP in climate-friendly technology as part of recovery would slash emissions by half in 2030
Archaeologists think of artifacts buried underground as safely preserved. That might not be the case much longer.
It's not always clear who and what drives the public discourse about climate change
The largest study on the topic to date demonstrates that the higher a country’s carbon price, the more it reduces emissions.