Stories about the people and projects pushing the boundaries of climate mitigation and sustainability
David Beckham’s $500,000 electric Jaguar conversion could unleash a carbon-free Goliath—the kind that picks up your trash
A wholesale revolution in wildlife science
Scientists are trying to pull methane from thin air to make CO2. It’s a surprisingly good idea.
It looks like milk. It tastes like milk. But the ingredients include pineapple juice and cabbage concentrate—brought to you by a team of biochemists and computer scientists.
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.
Inside one quest to restore tarnished carbon markets, one family forest at a time
The idea is pretty much what it sounds like. The trick is to get from here to there.
Off-grid energy production is becoming affordable for smallholders, restaurants, and even families—thanks to a startup’s innovative biodigesters that turn food and feces into carbon-neutral cooking gas, fertilizer, and hot water.
Wind parks could benefit the natural world—in ways beyond the generation of zero-carbon energy.
Some experts are beginning to question whether locavorism is an effective solution to ensuring food security on a warming planet