Experts chart the way plastic waste has conquered the seas

Experts chart the way plastic waste has conquered the seas

Marine plastic has increased significantly over the decades and we are seeing it spread all over the world.

Rising sea levels are threatening rare saltmarsh sparrows

Rising sea levels are threatening rare saltmarsh sparrows

Saltmarsh sparrows are already experiencing an annual drop of 9% in their numbers in coastal New Jersey.

Rewilding can help repair our badly fractured environment

Rewilding can help repair our badly fractured environment

Extensive rewilding programmes have can huge benefits for flora and fauna as well as people.

New Zealand’s biodiversity is on the verge of a ‘catastrophe’

New Zealand’s biodiversity is on the verge of a ‘catastrophe’

In just 15 years another 86 species have come to be at risk of vanishing from the island nation.

Can technology save farms from the worst of climate change?

Can technology save farms from the worst of climate change?

Extreme weather patterns and volatility pose a difficult challenge for farmers to overcome. But technology can help.

Electric vehicles are gaining ground in the U.S.

Electric vehicles are gaining ground in the U.S.

Last year saw 208,000 new registrations for electric vehicles, more than double the year before.

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In Depth

Can ecovillages be an answer to environmental challenges?

The planet is fast urbanizing and villages are losing out. That trend is unlikely to change.

Can Qatar and Dubai counter climate change in the Persian Gulf?

The nations in the inhospitable region aren't sitting idly by in the face of climate change.

Professor Joshua Goldstein’s nuclear-powered vision for a “Bright Future”

Two experts offer a practical way for us to decarbonize fast on a global scale to avert a climate catastrophe.

SMRs to the rescue: factory-made reactors could help us avert a climate catastrophe

Once they are mass-produced in factories, SMRs could be deployed worldwide to provide low-carbon energy.