Conserving native ecosystems helps sequester carbon and mitigate climate change, but new statistical modeling questions the permanence of California’s carbon-rich forests with climate change.
A Houston nonprofit identified 14 native “super tree” species that are particularly promising for mitigating climate change and public health concerns.
Geoengineering is more than orbiting mirrors and stratospheric aerosols. Innovative modeling considers the impact of no-till farming and radical irrigation.
In order to limit global warming to Paris Agreement goal levels, climate engineering should be considered as a viable solution.
As global leaders meet to discuss climate change, AGU’s editors in chief make an appeal for urgent action based on years of accumulated climate science research.
The Science Panel for the Amazon prepares to launch its first report, the most comprehensive document on the rain forest so far.
With cues from the successful land grant model, the United States should establish a system of universities to democratize access to climate knowledge and aid efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Native American tribal communities are actively engaged in adapting to climate change. What information and data will help them build resilience to the new normal?
Cities across the United States are feeling the heat as they struggle to integrate climate science into on-the-ground decisionmaking regarding urban tree planting and management.
By adding support for spatially variable velocity fields and anisotropy, the CoSMoS simulation package can more accurately reproduce physical phenomena.