Climate Change Stories
From stories about pioneering work in solar fuels and carbon capture, to building resilient coastal infrastructure, to how the insurance industry is rewriting risk management strategies, Anthropocene magazine aims to be a leading voice in the conversation about the global transition to decarbonized economies.
Global paper consumption is rising, and recycling paper uses more fossil fuels than virgin paper. But a switch to renewable energy and better wastepaper disposal practices could drastically cut carbon emissions.
Compared to today’s sorbents, the new super-porous material could absorb carbon dioxide from smokestacks at much lower cost and energy
Drawing on polling data across 34 countries, researchers were able to connect extreme weather to increasing Green Party support.
With its use of low-cost, non-toxic materials, the new molten-salt battery could offer cheaper grid storage than rivals
Can having too many “last chances” stifle attempts to enact real change?
The latest research team to tackle the question thinks it is. Their key insight: a lot of current energy use isn’t really contributing to human well-being
How far has opinion moved from climate-change denial toward acceptance and, ultimately, action?
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.
A new study illustrates how geoengineering doesn’t just turn back the clock on climate change, it alters the climate in new and perhaps profound ways
The best way to use a carbon tax to fight climate change would be to set the initial carbon price high, increase it modestly for about a decade, and then let it fall slowly over the next few centuries.