Nuclear waste is one of the main sticking points in the public discourse about the future of nuclear power. But technological advances are greatly reducing the amount and radiotoxicity of it.
Scientists in the U.S. are working on a biodiversity “lunar ark” to store seeds on the moon more safely than the Svalbard Seed Vault does.
In many of the most populated coastal areas, the land is sinking even faster than the sea is rising.
Summers are already getting longer and hotter while winters shorter and warmer due to global warming.
As much as 33.4 billion tons of forest biomass could be badly affected by a changing climate.
Unless we change our destructive ways drastically, life on the planet as we have known it will cease to exist.