The path to net-zero emissions runs through industry

As government leaders and climate negotiators gather for the COP28 an enormous challenge looms over the proceedings: decarbonizing the global industrial sector.
Posted On 29 Nov 2023

Environmental protection requires a revolution in how we talk about our forests

Human discourse around trees both shapes and is shaped by our education, beliefs, experience and relationships with trees.
Posted On 25 Nov 2023

Building Homes for Resilience Against Climate Change

When it comes to housing, research is still ongoing to find the best ways of making these structures resist the effects of global warming and unruly weather.
Posted On 24 Nov 2023

Wildfires are turning forest ecosystems from carbon sinks to net-emitters

The vast boreal forests of the Northern Hemisphere stretch from Scandinavia through Siberia, Alaska and Canada.
Posted On 07 Nov 2023

Green Suburbia: 4 Ways to Create Sustainable Neighborhoods of the Future

The future could see more sustainable towns that can combat the impacts of climate change.
Posted On 26 Oct 2023

Carbon removal: ‘no nonsense’ plans are vital to limit global heating to 2℃

It’s becoming essential to develop carbon-removal strategies to get to net zero.
Posted On 25 Sep 2023
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More must be done to address the unequal impact of climate change

Experts warn that this year’s extreme heat will become common, which will have negative health impacts on already marginalized people
Posted On 17 Sep 2023

Carbon Offsets. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

When booking an international or domestic flight, airlines encourage passengers to invest a little money in carbon-saving technologies to offset the CO2 emissions combusted by the jet’s turbines.
Posted On 12 Aug 2023