Featured by Marlene Cimons
Fake trees could help us fight climate change
Researchers say artificial photosynthesis can clean up atmospheric carbon pollution.
The world’s oldest, deepest lake is full of life. Humans are changing that.
Siberia’s Lake Baikal, a UNESCO world heritage site, is imperiled by rising temperatures and pollution.
This robot plants heat-resistant corals to save endangered reefs
This powder could cheaply capture carbon pollution from power plants
Engineers have developed a way for even developing nations to prevent the worst effects of global warming.
Why some coastal regions flood more easily than others
Sea levels are rising, but it's happening unevenly.
Tree resin could replace fossil fuels in everything from printer ink to shoe polish
Genetically engineered trees could supply the chemicals needed to make glue, paint, varnish and other household goods.
Gribble me this: What eats wood and poops clean energy?
This crustacean could help produce biofuels at lower cost and with less energy.
Black truffles imperiled by climate change
Severe heat and drought could decimate European truffle production.
Black truffles are in trouble
Climate change is threatening to muffle the truffle shuffle.
The surprising link between balmy winters and violent crime
As temperatures rise, so does criminal activity.