Is It Possible To Decarbonize Shipping?
Global shipping giant Maersk has ordered a dozen cargo ships that run on methanol. Can it make a difference?
Love Letters To The Earth
We asked you what you love and appreciate about our home. Here are photos, reflections, poems, and songs you sent back.
Can The Latest IPCC Report Pave The Way To Better Climate Policy?
We examine how effective the IPCC Report can be at generating climate policy. Plus, a look at promising climate solutions in development.
Can Carbon Removal Actually Make A Difference In Reducing Emissions?
A new carbon removal industry is booming, but how much should we rely on it—and invest in it—to reach our climate goals?
Building The World’s Largest Animal Crossing Outside of LA
An engineering feat will soon reconnect habitats cut off from each other by Highway 101 for 75 years.
Enzymes Are Taking On Our Plastic Problem
Breaking PET down to its building blocks with enzymes could give it a better chance for a second (or third) life.
An Indigenous Scientist On Purging Colonialist Practices From Science
Western science is built upon harmful research practices in Indigenous communities. Jessica Hernandez writes about how this can change.
The Colorado River Misses Its Snow
Ongoing drought makes it more important to understand data about snow and rivers.
Why Another Antarctic Ice Shelf Collapsed
For the first time, an ice shelf in eastern Antarctica collapsed into the ocean. Here’s why climate change may have played a role.
An Unusual Fungus May Control Invasive Tawny Crazy Ants
Most insecticides don’t work against this invasive species. But scientists recently found a fungus that causes infected nests to collapse.