Featured by Marlene Cimons
Small shifts can stop climate change—if they happen in the right places
"We have to act fast, and achieve the biggest possible impact with the actions we take."
Young farmers are challenging convention to improve sustainability
“When the paradigm shifts past a certain point, they will all follow.”
Rising temperatures will help mosquitos infect a billion more people
"Plain and simple, climate change is going to kill a lot of people."
Tree rings contain secrets from the forest
These wooden cores could help us better understand climate change.
NASA is using space lasers to measure trees on Earth
The new system onboard the International Space Station will help scientists gauge how much carbon is stored in forests.
High-tide floods are becoming more common, and it’s costing businesses
Stores can't operate with inches of water inside them, but climate change is making these sunny day floods far more frequent.
Extreme weather can stress pregnant women—and their unborn babies
New research suggests extreme weather can worsen depression in mothers, leaving children more anxious and distressed.
Pioneering black scientist to win Nobel Prize of climate change
Climate scientist Warren Washington will be awarded the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
We are eating large animals into extinction
"Humans have a long history of killing large animals, and it dates back thousands of years."
Fixing potholes is good for your ride—and the planet
New research shows that patching roads is a great way to tackle climate change.