Some 700 million people live in earthen homes. A new paper calls for more modern styles, in part as a response to concrete-related emissions.
Fires, floods, rising temperatures and rising seas: If you're looking at climate headlines, it may seem like there's not much good news. But there is, and the good news is ... the news itself.
The Paris-based Kayrros firm works with ESA satellite data to find methane hotspots so that the climate-warming gas releases can be stopped.
Researchers at Switzerland's EPFL say climate isn't the driver when it comes to why people commute by car – or why they stop,
Environmental peacebuilding may resolve tensions over water, land or extraction, and helps prevent conflict in a resource-challenged world.
When the ships and coal are gone, a new shared identity emerges, whether welcomed or mourned. The "Energies" exhibit seeks to understand it.