Southern Louisiana is one of the world’s fastest-disappearing landmasses. Cutting the losses may mean letting in the floods. By Hal Herring.
Rerouting planes around the Arctic Circle could stave off sea-ice melt
Women’s rights appear to reduce carbon emissions
Simple fixes bring marine life back to urban coastlines
Rising CO2 levels are messing with fish minds
That vacant house may be helping soak up carbon emissions
Are climate shifts creating death traps for narwhals?
Albatross, seeds could be affected by shifting breezes
The nascent science of climate attribution is making it clear that we’re no longer just talking about the weather—we’re creating it.
A home-grown strategy to hold onto water, battle climate change, and cope with scorching heat is turning vast tracts of sub-Saharan Africa green. By Mark Hertsgaard.