Whether it’s gushing oil or oozing red sludge—we need a Green Cross to help respond to environmental emergencies. By John McQuaid.
An entrepreneurial marine geologist from Stanford believes that by mimicking the way marine organisms create shells, he can transform concrete manufacturing from one of the most carbon inten
Central Americans working abroad and sending money home are not only fueling their native economies—they’re also helping to bring the trees back. By John Carey.
Countries could estimate Amazon carbon stocks for pennies a hectare
Degraded coral reefs fare better than their pristine counterparts in changing oceans
Huge mass of tiny plastic bits is creating a new North Atlantic garbage patch
Porcupine farms in Vietnam fuel the very trade they were meant to stop
Music purchased online tops the charts for carbon savings
Compensation payments may not increase goodwill toward wolves
Could freezing construction of new carbon-emitting devices keep us off the hot seat?