New research by the Chinese Academy of Sciences shows limiting global warming to 1.5°C may require growth to slow
The trains will ply a regional line between Buxtehude, outside Hamburg, and the beach town of Cuxhaven
Record temperatures, rising seas and wildfires picked up pace even as European economies stayed locked down.
The work of preparing for a hotter, more volatile future has already begun.
Agriculture accounts for 10% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Industry giants and startups are setting up carbon credits as Biden's Green plan gains momentum.
CarbonCure Technologies and CarbonBuilt Inc. took home the grand prize
If the history of humanity is the history of cities, then our future hangs on their fate.
A future with far more cities, and cities that are asked to do far more.
Livestock that produce less methane have joined trees, wind turbines and cleaner cookstoves as the basis for carbon offsets
Automakers enjoy deeply embedded support from customers and have influence over government policy.
A group of Austrian researchers developed a new index that calls for a change in economic thinking about climate adaptation.
The South American nation shows how much countries and companies are relying on planting trees to absorb their pollution.
The Lena, in Louisiana, was once a giant platform used to support oil wells. Now it’s a home for marine life like fish and coral. Is that a good thing?
Deep Branch raised 8 million euros to build a pilot plant to turn carbon dioxide into feed for livestock.
Rising temperatures in the Arctic are a warning sign for the planet. The melting ice has an economic upside for Russia.