New study finds that cost savings arguments have both the largest and the most durable effect—with little difference across the political spectrum
Laundry detergents were among the most toxic tested
New study is the first to analyze how a large-scale transition to timber cities could ease the strain on carbon budgets without compromising food production and biodiversity
A new analysis suggests that climate activists should put pressure not just on fossil fuel companies—but also on their owners.
A detailed new study demonstrates how the region’s energy future could be so much greener than current plans assume—with only a modest additional cost
A new study finds that if the EU pursues ambitious climate action, Russian gas supplies become more or less irrelevant to the bloc by 2030.
It’s going to require some combination of uncertain technological advances and just plain flying less
In a new study, scientists calculated the heavy burden that space tourism could place on the climate and the atmosphere
A new study found campus carbon hotspots not just in infrastructure but in people's behavior—such as travel to conferences, student commutes, and purchases of research materials.
The material footprint of nuclear energy, far smaller than fossil fuel power, is on par with renewables
In the first study of its kind, researchers conducted a rigorous analysis of entire life cycle of nuclear power—not just greenhouse gases.