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.
A broad survey of more than 600 types of pet foods shows that overall, dry diets are more sustainable than wet food for cats and dogs.
Why burn lignin when you could use it to fly an airplane? Research shows lignin-based jet fuel performs better with lower emissions than petro-fuels
Study underscores the power of top predators to shape ecosystems—even helping to keep them cool during heatwaves
Using a combination of electrochemistry and bacteria, one team has made a nylon building block from plant waste—cutting energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in the process
“Deep learning” algorithms are usually evaluated in terms of accuracy—but some researchers say they should also be judged on their environmental impact.
In a life-cycle analysis of solar panel manufacturing, researchers find domestically produced panels have a smaller carbon footprint than imported ones.
An unusually comprehensive study shows remote work is better for the climate, but mainly in large doses
Enough untouched terrain to cover all of Finland could be uncovered as glaciers retreat, scientists found. Much of it is unprotected.
Survey respondents prefer solutions that target the producers rather than consumers of carbon-intensive goods.
A new study suggests that a shareholder-based carbon tax might be more effective than a consumer-based one.