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.
As India's economy continues to grow, so does its demand for energy. Solar power can be the answer, and will turn India into a world leader in renewables.
Wildfires have been spreading across large areas in Western states of America due to the winds and hot conditions, as firefighter struggle to control them.
Energy researcher, Samuel Ayokunle Olówósejéjé from Cork University College, explains how a hybrid approach can help Africa transition to green energy.
Problem framing could yield new solutions to major issues such as climate change and gender inequality. Identifying common framing patterns will help.
Heatwaves are set to increase in frequency, intensity and duration - but what does it mean for the world's cities and how can they adapt to the change?
Unlike those at lower latitudes, Arctic fires are a natural part of the system. But they’re becoming more intense, threatening to make climate change worse.
Many countries are following the EU's lead in developing emissions trading systems. Linking them could boost their efficacy and drive down emissions.
During droughts, trees cannot undergo vascular water transport (getting water from their roots to their leaves); a process that is essential for survival.
A study has shown that the sediments below oxygen-depleted waters are a significant source of nitrous oxide, which releases emissions into the atmosphere.
Public and private sector must lead the way in reducing carbon emissions but consumers can contribute through environmentally friendly lifestyle choices.
In order to achieve the necessary effects, strong measures need to be put in place, such as raising the cost of emitting carbon across different sectors.