Rich nations agree to pay climate loss and damage

A fraught UN summit wrapped up on Sunday with a landmark deal on funding to help…

An Environmental Arms Race Might Further Encourage an Actual Arms Race

What if the 10 countries that grow 69% of the world’s wheat collaborated to impose floors and…

Are Trees Talking Underground? For Scientists, It’s in Dispute.

From Ted Lasso to TED Talks, the theory of the “wood-wide web” is everywhere, and some…

Elections in US & Brazil; COP27 & G20

Ahead of midterm elections in the US that are expected to tip the balance of power…

Birds and Us

Excerpts from Jesse Russell’s book review at The Hedgehog Review: In his recent work Birds and…

Is ‘Water Machine’ Preventing More Flood Disasters in Bangladesh?

The study contradicts the idea that we should use less groundwater Written by Rezwan at GlobalVoices.org:…

Nature is Disappearing: Here’s Why it Matters and What to Do About it

Perhaps the clearest role the U.S. can play in halting and reversing global nature loss by…

As Himalayan Glaciers Melt, a Water Crisis Looms in South Asia

Warmer air is thinning most of the vast mountain range’s glaciers, known as the Third Pole…

Is the Age of Fusion Upon Us?

Economically viable fusion energy will be one of the greatest boons in human history, but it…

These ‘Nuclear Bros’ Say They Know How to Solve Climate Change

Shannon Osaka in The Washington Post: The typical “nuclear bro” is lurking in the comments section of…