Australian media pointed at India and China; US papers focused on the country’s own responsibility; Indian media pointed to the Global North; and Nigerian news considered all countries equally responsible
An extra degree of day-to-day temperature variability reduces regional growth rates by 5% on average—a pattern seen across economic sectors
The pause of 2020 enabled low-carbon power growth to get ahead of electricity demand growth
The carbon footprint of an online conference is vastly smaller than its in-person counterpart—but it is not zero.
In a first, researchers use two decades of satellite data on pollution to show the potential to break the links between growth and emissions
Researchers identified policy tweaks to prevent decarbonization efforts from harming households and small businesses
Only two studies found negative effects on the bottom line from adopting sustainability practices
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