Old tires can be mixed with rubble to make new roads

Old tires can be mixed with rubble to make new roads

Some 1 billion scrap tires are produced around the world each year, but most of all those tires don't get

Extreme heat and air pollution pose grave global health risks

Extreme heat and air pollution pose grave global health risks

Last November, New Delhi experienced a week of the worst air pollution in human history. Heat waves are also on

Continued deforestation will doom us all, experts warn

Continued deforestation will doom us all, experts warn

Forests are finite resources and once they are gone they are gone for good.

Nuclear power and the energy transition

Nuclear power and the energy transition

No energy source is perfect, but nuclear is the most ethically responsible form of energy generation.

Some coral reefs are weathering extreme temperatures

Some coral reefs are weathering extreme temperatures

When it comes to coral reefs, the news is rarely good. Yet now and again comes some good news.

Farming animals reduces biodiversity and threatens our health

Farming animals reduces biodiversity and threatens our health

The growing importance of livestock on the planet threatens biodiversity and puts human and animal health at risk.

Expert Opinions

In Depth

Nuclear power and the energy transition

No energy source is perfect, but nuclear is the most ethically responsible form of energy generation.

Seismic silence: COVID reduced human sound, underground

From Barbados to the Black Forest, seismic sound caused by human activity was reduced by COVID control measures.

Jaguars are facing a grave new threat: Chinese medicine

The iconic big cats are being killed for their fangs and other body parts so they can be used in traditional Chinese medicine.

Closure of Boat Harbour and divestment from Bristol Bay a boon to the environment

In North America, two highly controversial industrial projects are coming to an end, igniting hope that the environment may see some relief.