Featured by Ula Chrobak
Eddies in the ocean might affect sea level rise
Circular currents could block warm water from reaching Antarctica.
Electric vehicles are only one part of sustainable transit
They are improvements on combustion-powered cars—but we might need to rethink transportation to truly cut emissions.
Protecting 30 percent of the oceans would benefit the entire planet
If we protect the right places, we can benefit fish and the climate—without sacrificing seafood
Making buildings energy efficient just got harder
A new rule will make it harder for local governments to ensure building codes are sufficiently climate-friendly.
The fight to save America’s most endangered mammal
Black-footed ferrets could come back from near extinction, but some ranchers don’t want them on public lands.
How the pandemic has helped and hurt animals around the world
The effects were both good and bad, but the main takeaway is how vulnerable tourism-dependent animals can be.
Sci-fi carbon coins could actually save our planet
The new currency in the novel Ministry for the Future has real-world supporters.
The real story behind the Texas power outages
The blackouts were actually years in the making.
Microplastics are everywhere. Here’s what that means for our health.
The impacts to our bodies remain murky, but early findings suggest the smallest bits could cause harm.
GM wants its cars to be fully electric by 2035. Here’s what that could mean for auto emissions.
It’s an aspirational target, but it’s also a sign that automakers can change their ways.