There's no "Planet B."
We examine how effective the IPCC Report can be at generating climate policy. Plus, a look at promising climate solutions in development.
Western science is built upon harmful research practices in Indigenous communities. Jessica Hernandez writes about how this can change.
Researchers have found marine life colonizing the giant, swirling patch of trash in the Pacific Ocean.
An engineering feat will soon reconnect habitats cut off from each other by Highway 101 for 75 years.
From the first Earth Day in 1970 to today’s youth climate strikes, researchers and activists look back at the decades-long fight for a healthy planet.
Since 1979, Robert Bullard has studied the disproportionate impacts of pollution on communities of color. He reflects on the past and future of the environmental justice movement.
Who bears the pollution burden? Use data to determine the pollution burden for a community and the systems that contribute to environmental injustice.
A new book looks at the history of some of the conservation movement’s key figures.
The Trump administration is paving the way for polluters.
“March for Science” organizers want to boost appreciation for research they see as under threat.
In an interview recorded live in San Francisco, Ira talks with a teacher and her students about the connections between science education and environmental activism.
Indigenous tribes are centering climate change management strategies around traditional practices.
From oil spills to burning rivers, view snapshots of some of the most catastrophic pollution events in U.S. history that inspired environmental protection efforts.
The nation’s first presidential appointee for energy justice talks moving to clean energy, without leaving the most vulnerable behind.
Students will consider the impact the Great Pacific Garbage Patch on the environment and marine life—and design a waste-catching device.
The Amazon Rainforest may soon be classified as a savanna instead of a rainforest, due to accelerating deforestation. What does that mean for the planet?