The first detailed study of combining rooftop solar panels with electric vehicles—for storage and power—in northern latitudes reveals nuanced potential.
An unusually comprehensive study shows remote work is better for the climate, but mainly in large doses
A new study suggests that greener cities not only reduce carbon emissions, they also can absorb them.
A new study in Germany suggests conservation gardening could halve the number of plant species under threat in some parts of the country.
A new study suggests that a shareholder-based carbon tax might be more effective than a consumer-based one.
Of five emotions (anger, sadness, guilt, fear, and hope), researchers found that climate anger has the strongest links to climate activism
A new study finds that the first two “Rs,” reduce and reuse, are getting the short shrift, undermining a more sustainable waste management system.
Two new studies make a consistent case for targeting high-end energy use and energy inequality to reduce carbon emissions
When researchers used a supercomputer to run 4,000 scenarios with 72,000 variables and 18 uncertainty factors for the planet’s climate future, the result was clear
In the most extensive analysis to date, researchers ran nine different models to estimate the IRA’s impacts on the U.S. energy system and economy.