Archive for September 2022
Changing public perceptions lies at the heart of Malmö’s greening strategy
The environmental mantra of Malmö sounds simple: it should be easy for the city's residents to make climate-smart choices.
Many palm species are facing the risk of extinction
"We need to do all we can to protect more than a thousand palm species that we now know may be threatened."
Will termites aided by climate change help drive emissions?
Termites currently have their biggest effects in places like tropical savannas and seasonal forests and subtropical deserts.
Direct air capture: how advanced is technology to suck up carbon dioxide?
We must remove 660 billion tonnes of CO₂ from the atmosphere by the end of the century to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
Green jobs are outpacing the labor force: what this means for the planet
The need for green-focused jobs is increasing, but institutions haven’t fully established training programs.
The planet is at risk of numerous climate tipping points
If global temperatures rise beyond 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, the planet will undergo more tipping points.