As more food grown in wealthy nations is imported into biodiversity-rich poorer countries, it relieves pressure on wild habitats.
A new study is the first to assess the impacts of curbing only CO2 emissions—versus cutting other pollutants causing nearly half of all warming
Bugs can survive shipping through the mail—and as such, the insect pet trade has flourished beneath the regulatory radar. Tackling the problem requires novel approaches to wildlife trade.
Researchers conducted a study to figure out how to change the way people think about electric car range
US citizens are eating less animal-based products—and that's driven a 35% decrease in dietary carbon emissions over 15 years.
Made of common, inexpensive, and non-toxic materials, an algae-powered battery could be a sustainable option for powering electronics
New research suggests trees in the future won't get a big growth spurt from more CO2, and will die more in wildfires, droughts and insect outbreaks.
Researchers find two ways to redesign restaurant menus to reduce the climate impact of eating out.
A new study estimates that the low-tech method could capture almost half the carbon the UK needs to meet its climate goals—while also replenishing its agricultural soils.
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