The field frets about endangered polar bears and tigers. Why not also bacteria?
Consider the electric rickshaw
At this point, the UN fund is “an empty bucket.” How full could it get?
The environmental toll of Bitcoin could be even higher this year than last.
The world might not have enough renewable energy to power everything by 2029, but we’ll have more than enough to keep the lights on without additional drilling.
Will someone please think of the urban amphibian?
The plan to stop companies from fudging their climate goals is fundamentally flawed.
Are we trying to save animals in the wrong places?
The next step toward electric cars just becoming cars is playing out on your TV screen.
Just how far can this climate momentum take us?
The most famous climate goal is woefully misunderstood.
A classic urban trade-off might not be our destiny. That’s great news for the climate.
As the climate changes, hyperlocal projects are helping keep disadvantaged areas livable.
Digging up minerals for rechargeable batteries has a high initial cost, but eventually those minerals can be recycled indefinitely.
The old way of insuring against fires isn’t working anymore.
Living in the era of climate change might make us feel guilt, or grief, or anger. How do those who think about these problems every day keep going?
Young, progressive listeners are making a stink about carbon-torching NFTs. But will greener versions be enough to get them on board?
What happens when we do something—but not enough—to stop climate change?
Far-right radicals in Southern Oregon are threatening to bust open an irrigation canal. Instead, the region could be a model for managing watersheds in a warmer world.
Nature documentaries mislead viewers into thinking that there are lots of untouched landscapes left. There aren’t.