This is why coral reefs are so vital for the planet
From providing habitats to absorbing carbon, the world’s coral reefs play a critical role - but they’re increasingly under threat.
What Happens When a Coral Reef Dies?
If it’s not able to recover, a dead coral reef will collapse into a seaweed forest.
Asking how to save coral reefs leads to better understanding carbon sequestration
Carbon sequestration, the technology taking carbon dioxide out of fossil fuel emissions, just got a boost
After 13 years of research, scientists know how to save the world's coral reefs
Over half of corals have potential to recover but for some - more than a quarter - it's too late.
Coral reefs can be healthy if we keep humans at bay, massive 10-year study shows
Discovery of pristine coral reef brings tears of joy to scientists.
How dairy farmers are mitigating & adapting to climate change
Watch how dairy farmers in South-West Uganda are innovating their farming practices to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change. Read more about t...
What do toilets have to do with climate change?
Floods and drought threaten the access of billions of people to hygienic toilets. If the world is to meet its targets for safe sanitation, we need a global toilet revolution.
Climate change hotspots: what they are and why they matter
Research identifies three different types of climate hotspots.
Why tackling climate change is a moral and economic imperative
Nowadays, people are too often forced to choose between doing what is morally right and doing what is economically beneficial. Indeed, their options sometimes appear to be mutually exclus...
Why Solving Climate Change Will Be Like Mobilizing for War
How climate change sparks innovation for fragile communities
Natural disasters are worsening the already devastating impacts of conflict and poverty around the world. Anticipation rather than reaction needs to become the approach in order to save lives and leave no one behind.
What Exxon Knew About Climate Change
An new exposé of Exxon’s research and policies sheds light on the danger and deceit of corporate climate-change denial.
How 11 cities are leading the climate change fight
Mayors and city councils are on the front lines when it comes to creating greener government policy and tackling transportation issues, energy usage, and sustainability.
Climate Change Poised to Push 100 Million Into 'Extreme Poverty' by 2030
Adding urgency to the call for bold emissions cuts and a radical rethinking of the global economy, a new report from the World Bank warns that human-caused climate change could push more than 100 million people into extreme poverty within just 15 years.Entitled "Shock Waves: Managing the Impacts o...
Think global, act local: How cities are fighting climate change
Climate change is such a global challenge that it sometimes feels like there’s little any of us can do on a local level to help combat it…
Here are 4 ways we can adapt to the growing danger of climate change
As temperatures rise, we must prepare the world - particularly in the poorest and most vulnerable communities.
How major cities can fight climate change... and make billions
Green approaches to transport, building infrastructure and industry could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 87% - and encourage investment.
How Gen Z can influence businesses on climate change
Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old climate activist, started a movement that saw thousands of high school students across the world skip school to protest their governments’ inaction on climate change.
What do we need to fight climate change? More worms.
A new Yale-led study shows that worms and other soil-dwelling critters could help curb carbon emissions and fight global warming.