Pollen allergies will get worse as the weather warms

Pollen allergies will get worse as the weather warms

If CO2 emissions remain at current levels, ragweed could double its production of pollen in 65 years.

Exploring wildlife around power plants in the UK

Exploring wildlife around power plants in the UK

I first saw Sizewell B from the pebbly beach at Aldeburgh, a quaint village on the English Suffolk coast.

Coral damage, ecosystem loss tied to ‘Reef Grief’ in Australia

Coral damage, ecosystem loss tied to ‘Reef Grief’ in Australia

Scientists at James Cook University in Queensland are among the world’s foremost experts on the damaged coral and threatened biodiversity

Better energy storage will raise the bar for renewables

Better energy storage will raise the bar for renewables

New-generation energy storage technology might improve the limitations of solar and wind.

Asian elephants could go the way of the mammoths

Asian elephants could go the way of the mammoths

Measures to enhance survival of calves, and particularly females, are key to saving the Asian elephant.

Smart clothing may reduce energy needs for heating, cooling

Smart clothing may reduce energy needs for heating, cooling

What if you could wear personalized climate-controlled clothing, thereby reducing the need for heating and air conditioning and the energy

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In Depth

China’s ban on waste imports is forcing a rethink

Now that China slashed its recyclables imports, western nations are starting to embrace a new reality.

Universities can lead the way towards zero waste

Academic institutions can act as local sustainability hubs and pioneer new ways of thinking and doing.

UN mass extinction report highlights urgency of decarbonization

Many experts see nuclear power as one of the best options for large-scale decarbonization worldwide.

Climate justice: we are all in this together

Climate justice is quickly gaining global prominence and changing trajectories of climate action.