Overhauling society’s concept of wealth to include “natural capital” – the value nature provides to humans – is a critical step for slowing and reversing the loss of precious ecosytems.
We will have to change how we generate and use energy, transport people and goods, design buildings and grow food.
Even as Covid-19 restrictions have eased, we see some real lessons for the way gardening can continue to play a role in people’s lives.
Reintroducing native grasses to farms could benefit cattle farmers as well as birds in the eastern part of the United States.
Some cutting-edge ideas could transform how today’s technologies reduce the effects of global warming.
Temperatures in the far northern region rise three times faster than the global average. But will a greener Arctic help us combat climate change?