Movies can make you laugh, cry, and think differently about life. It’s no surprise that climate change movies are helping activists spread their message.
A decade ago, Durban was facing severe water shortages, but today it's addressed significant water-related challenges offering a template for other cities.
Pollution created by single-use plastic items is a growing threat to the planet and economy. A system based on reuse would create new sources of value.
Rising sea levels could put 300,000 US homes at risk by 2045. California is planning a 'managed retreat' roadmap with a 'buyout' funding plan to counter the threat.
New research shows that 52% of urban greenhouse gas emissions come from just 25 mega cities. But, there are solutions to the problem.
A new UNEP report has found that over the next 20 years, Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya is likely to flood, due to heavy rain caused by climate change.
With the rainforest’s future hanging in the balance, scientists have drawn up 10 actions to help save the Amazon.
The rockets necessary to blast people and equipment into space haven’t been much of a climate concern to date, but that may change as launches increase.
Jurisdictional approach to forest protection enables governments to drive systemic change at a national level while supporting local and private efforts.
Ecosystem-based climate solutions can get us 30% of the way to the Paris climate goals. Here are three key recommendations for ensuring we get them right.
The climate crisis will lead to habitat loss of three key reef building corals in the tropical Atlantic, according to a new study by São Paulo University.
The UN Convention on Biological Diversity has released the first draft of its new framework which outlines ambitious plans to preserve and protect nature.
The floods in Europe show infrastructure is vital alongside the EU's climate change plans that involve reducing emissions and boosting economic resilience.
Increases in hurricanes in the North Atlantic are potentially a “recovery from a deep minimum in the 1960-1980s”, rather than part of a long-term trend.
Fossil fuel consumption in the US has declined by 9% in the year 2020. COVID-19 and warmer weather contributed to this fall says the US Energy Information Administration.