Archive for July 2022
The US is planning to replant more than 1 billion trees lost to fires
"You've got to be smart about where you plant," an expert said.
Creating a new climate finance pathway for LDC nations
The world's Least Developed Countries are still waiting on pledged climate funds. One U.S. state may have a novel approach to LDC financing.
A thriving Mayan city was undone by a changing climate
Long periods of drought, caused by less rainfall, made living in Mayapan increasingly difficult for its residents.
District energy can take us a step closer to carbon neutrality
District energy systems produce emission-free electricity on site to lower pollution and improve cost-efficiencies.
Russia’s isolation over Ukraine puts climate science at risk
Science diplomacy and collaboration, the cornerstones of climate action in the Arctic, are damaged by broken ties with Russia.
How hot is too hot for the human body? Heat + humidity can get dangerous fast
When the body overheats, the heart has to work harder to pump blood flow to the skin to dissipate the heat.