We know there were animals during Earth’s chilliest era. The question is, What did they look like?
Durante la COP26, el Panel Científico por la Amazonia enfatiza la necesidad del conocimiento indígena y local para orientar las recomendaciones científicas y políticas.
At COP26, the Science Panel for the Amazon is emphasizing the need for Indigenous and Local Knowledge to inform scientific and policy recommendations.
Coastal darkening, an environmental threat researchers are only beginning to study, is found to dramatically reduce the productivity of kelp.
The Caribbean is ground zero for some of the biggest impacts of climate change today. Puerto Ricans are building innovative initiatives to protect and prepare their communities for what’s next.
A series of industry posters reimagines iconic locales in light of sea level rise and issues a call for action against climate change.
Rapid urbanization and insufficient waste management are threatening the environmentally and culturally vital Wouri Estuary. Solutions are needed to save these and other mangroves around the world.
Although unintentional, these errors may undercut local government efforts to tackle climate change.
By combining demography data with permafrost maps, researchers provide a first count of the population on permafrost and predict its imminent decline.
Humans have locked in at least 20 feet of sea level rise—can we still fix it?