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.
BatteryBatteries don't have to be small or even portable. Here are five ambitious technologies that store energy in the rocks, water, and air all around us.
Researchers pushed the limits of spreading rock dust on agricultural soil to fringe landscapes and found—to their surprise—that it still soaks up significant amount of carbon.
By encasing bacteria in a tough but porous coating, researchers have made paint that could be used to capture carbon and produce biofuels
We’ve been told to give up meat but innovations in agriculture could end up taking a bigger bite out of global emissions
Researchers predict shipping traffic in some parts of the ocean could be five times louder by the end of the century
In a new study, researchers assess impacts from the cultivation, manufacturing, and use of textiles made of the world’s most common natural fiber
Big business’s big climate promises are at the crossroads between reform and retreat
A new study finds that the Paris Agreement informal enforcement mechanism may be least effective for countries without strong democratic institutions
Inside one quest to restore tarnished carbon markets, one family forest at a time
In a bid to one-up white paint, researchers devised a new coating that keeps buildings cool in summer and warm in winter by changing color based on ambient temperature. No energy required.