The pandemic knocked 2020 emissions back to 2007 levels. An analysis of stimulus policies in 41 countries shows how the savings could be cancelled out—or enhanced.
Not at all, researchers find—evidence that casts doubt on the “finite pool of worry” hypothesis
On multiple environmental measures, “peecycling” almost always comes out ahead
Researchers believe they found a way to resolve the tradeoff between too many different carbon prices and the need for big cash transfers between countries
Lots of U.S. fossil fuel electricity infrastructure is already relatively old and closer to its typical lifespan than is the case in other countries.
They show the best ways to reach people. But are NGOs following through?
Just 1% of the world’s population is responsible for up to half of emissions from passenger aviation
Wooden structures that store more carbon than is emitted in their construction point to a flaw in green building schemes
“Deep learning” algorithms are usually evaluated in terms of accuracy—but some researchers say they should also be judged on their environmental impact.
A new analysis reveals how a rural clinic helped save more than 27 square kilometers of tropical Indonesian forest—equating to more than $65 million worth of avoided carbon emissions