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07 03 2021 | 07:43

Why keeping one mature street tree is far better for humans and nature than planting lots of new ones.

The net ecosystem service of an urban tree is worth thousands of dollars. Thanks to Victorian street planners, many British streets were designed to be full of big trees and, with 84% of the…

07 03 2021 | 07:03

Pandemic May Have Left Over 250 Million People With Acute Food Shortages in 2020.

Beyond the questions surrounding the availability, effectiveness and safety of a vaccine, the COVID-19 pandemic has led us to question where our food is coming from and whether we will have enough.

04 03 2021 | 07:46

California Governor Gavin Newsom sued for 'Completely Unacceptable' Approval of Oil and Gas Projects in California.

Accusing California regulators of "reckless disregard" for public "health and safety," the environmental advocacy group Center for Biological Diversity on Wednesday sued the administration of Gov.…

04 03 2021 | 07:09

The global race to produce hydrogen offshore.

Last year was a record breaker for the UK's wind power industry. Wind generation reached its highest ever level, at 17.2GW on 18 December, while wind power achieved its biggest share of UK energy…

03 03 2021 | 11:50

Climate change causes shortage of wood used to make famed Stratocaster guitars used by Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones.

Sainted grandfather of electric guitars will no longer be made with the type of ash that causes its special ‘twang’, because of climate change. The wood that is used to make the guitars of some of…

03 03 2021 | 11:32

The Guardian view on Texas storms and power cuts: preparing for the worst.

The outages endured by residents result from the state’s political decisions – but all of us need to think more about ensuring resilience.

03 03 2021 | 10:57

Changes in Atlantic currents may have dire climate implications for the next century.

Without modifying human behaviour we run the risk of violent weather swings and a drastic effect on crops and ocean life.

03 03 2021 | 10:41

Sustainable Toilet Paper: Buying Guide to the Good, Better, and Best.

Making an informed buying decision about sustainable bathroom products, like toilet paper, takes more than a trip to the store. The whole lifecycle of the paper and packaging determines whether your…

03 03 2021 | 10:34

Almost a Quarter of All Freshwater Fish Species Are in Peril, Thanks to Humans.

Global analysis finds that development, overfishing, and pollution have made rivers dramatically different habitats than they were 200 years ago. 

03 03 2021 | 10:28

We Need 4 Waves of Climate Action.

Every climate solution works differently, unfolding at different speeds. We’ll need them all, traveling in four parallel waves, to stop climate change. Addressing climate change is going to be a…

03 03 2021 | 09:51

Assessing Social Equity in Disasters.

Disasters stemming from hazards like floods, wildfires, and disease often garner attention because of their extreme conditions and heavy societal impacts. Although the nature of the damage may vary,…

03 03 2021 | 09:32

Arctic ice loss forces polar bears to use four times as much energy to survive – study.

Other predators such as narwhals are suffering similarly as unique adaptations become less suited. Polar bears and narwhals are using up to four times as much energy to survive because of major ice…

03 03 2021 | 09:11

After Texas Crisis, Biden’s Climate Plan Hangs on Fragile Power Grid.

Preventing the next energy nightmare and curbing America’s carbon emissions will require spending billions to remake the nation’s grids.  The millions of people who struggled to keep warm in Texas,…

03 03 2021 | 08:55

First Arctic Navigation in February Sends a Worrying Climate Signal.

Melting ice in the Arctic allowed a gas tanker to sail through the Northern Sea Route in the middle of winter. A tanker sailed through Arctic sea ice in February for the first time, the latest sign…

03 03 2021 | 08:46

Blue Vs. Green Hydrogen: Which Will The Market Choose?

As U.S regulators and industry leaders mull how to consider introducing hydrogen into the nation’s energy supply mix, they’re faced with a choice that sounds more like a decision pondered by the…

03 03 2021 | 08:38

Educating Zimbabwe: illegal ‘home schools’ defy lockdown in townships.

Priced out of online access, poor children are turning to backyard teachers as Covid closes state classrooms. It’s Friday morning and Help Mabwe is preparing to give the day’s illicit lessons. Round…

03 03 2021 | 08:37

One Large Pie, Extra Sustainability: Dispelling Pizza Box Recycling Myths.

By Jeff Chalovich, chief commercial officer and president, Corrugated Packaging, WestRock

03 03 2021 | 08:35

Solar panels in Sahara could boost renewable energy but damage the global climate – here’s why.

The world’s most forbidding deserts could be the best places on Earth for harvesting solar power – the most abundant and clean source of energy we have. Deserts are spacious, relatively flat, rich in…

03 03 2021 | 08:18

Texas freeze shows a chilling truth – how the rich use climate change to divide us.

The Lone Star State is aptly named. If you’re not part of the Republican oil elite with Cruz and Abbott, you’re on your own. Texas has long represented a wild west individualism that elevates…

03 03 2021 | 08:13

How heat is radically altering Americans' lives before they're even born – video

Even before a child is born in the US, their race plays a huge part in how they'll experience heat and pollution.