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.
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
Investments of war and pandemic proportions in direct air capture could reverse the rise in atmospheric CO2 and global temperature before 2100
A new study puts some numbers on what would constitute a climate-friendly recovery package
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
Survey respondents prefer solutions that target the producers rather than consumers of carbon-intensive goods.
Study reveals that anthropogenic N2O emissions have leapt by 30% over the past four decades
How far has opinion moved from climate-change denial toward acceptance and, ultimately, action?
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.
Older cohorts started out less concerned (circa 2009), but worry has increased across all age groups at a similar rate over the last decade
There's a $1 million prize for anyone that can design a room air conditioner that costs no more than twice what a standard one costs and produces five times less greenhouse gas