Journalists, moderators, and the public have an important opportunity to question the presidential and vice presidential candidates in the upcoming TV debates.
Youth Climate Movement Recalibrates
Sixteen children await a decision from the United Nations on whether their home nations have endangered their rights by not adequately responding to climate change.
We Need to Direct More Science Research Dollars to Rural America
Pandemic relief funding should provide a much-needed boost to scientific research. And we should steer those dollars toward where they can do the most good.
Great Lakes Cities’ Sewer Designs Mean Waste in the Waters
In older cities, a single system of pipes may transport sewage and stormwater runoff. As the climate crisis brings more intense storms, urban areas like Toronto are overhauling their drainage systems.
How to Turn Our Cities Into Treetopias
We are and will continue to plant more street trees, urban groves and informal clusters of trees in our parks and green spaces. Treetopia has begun.
How Earth Day Lost Its Way
The history of Earth Day has grown from its radical roots to a canopy for classroom activities.
Photography Focuses on Sea Level Rise and Eroding Communities
Narratives from applicants for the Getty Images Climate Visuals Grants provided a unique insight into the reality of climate change. Both winners focused on the impact of sea level rise.
A Tribe’s Uphill Battle Against Climate Change
Tribes like the Quinault are ill-equipped to adapt their reservations to wide-ranging, increasing threats from climate change.
The Long-Term Effects of Covid-19 on Field Science
As scientists wait, worry, and hunker down, they’re also looking ahead to how their projects will need to adapt.
Australia, Your Country Is Burning—Dangerous Climate Change Is Here With You Now
I am a climate scientist on holiday in the Blue Mountains, watching climate change in action.