Featured by Sara Kiley Watson
Deadly heatwaves like those in the Pacific Northwest will only become more common
Temperatures are slowly subsiding, but the damage has been done.
A huge chunk of the EU’s food imports will be at risk of drought by 2050
Climate-related disruptions in the food supply chain can cause global setbacks.
What companies really mean when they say they’re ‘net-zero’
Not all emissions—or net-zero goals—are the same.
Are bidets really better for the planet than toilet paper?
For a cleaner environment, practice proper bidet-iquette.
What you need to know about the heatwave and drought scorching the western US
For many states, summer is off to a historically hot and dry start.
Keystone XL is officially dead
The pipeline's developer has pulled the plug on the controversial project at last.
Did the dip in carbon emissions during the pandemic really help the atmosphere?
The Earth may have hit a new three-million-year record.
How to find a bank that shares your commitment to the environment
Money talks, so make sure yours is speaking up for climate action.
Wildfires could hit your hometown. Here’s how to prepare.
Your summer doesn’t have to go up in flames.
Understanding plant biological clocks could boost future agriculture
Plants have their cycles, too—and knowing them could bring down how much water, fertilizer, and herbicide we use.