Post-coronavirus economic recovery policies could make or break the effort to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees
Investing an additional 1.2% of global GDP in climate-friendly technology as part of recovery would slash emissions by half in 2030
Researchers made the unexpected discovery that the basil and spinach grown under tinted panels were considerably higher in protein
Recycled road-making material could keep tons of waste out of landfills and reduce carbon dioxide emissions
Between 2005 and 2012, Brazil brought its deforestation rates down by 70%. If we do that elsewhere, we could greatly reduce the risk of new pandemics.
Archaeologists think of artifacts buried underground as safely preserved. That might not be the case much longer.
They could feed the world on a fraction of the land area, but at what energy cost?
The lockdown in India gave a unique chance to measure how drastic drops in air pollution can increase solar panel output
A recent study found that protecting America's undeveloped, privately held lands could push all of the country's endangered mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles past a crucial habitat threshold.
It's not always clear who and what drives the public discourse about climate change
Easing trade barriers between countries could ultimately shield about 53 million who will otherwise face malnutrition as temperatures climb.