Jonathan Moens • February 5, 2020
A podcast exploring whether solar geo-engineering is a viable solution to the climate crisis
Corryn Wetzel • January 31, 2020
Three scientific breakthroughs aim to buy time for reefs threatened by warming waters and disease
Rahul Rao • January 24, 2020
Drug resistance is spreading to marine wildlife, and the dangers to both animals and humans are real
Tara Santora • January 21, 2020
Building on a national movement, Talia Young's high school students sell fish directly to their community
Jonathan Moens • January 8, 2020
A new study takes aim at the environmental appeal of a booming form of transportation.
Maria Paula Rubiano • December 11, 2019
One in three people depend on rivers where water shortages might occur
Isobel Whitcomb • November 4, 2019
The belief that fish is a healthier, greener option is further driving overfishing
Maria Paula Rubiano • September 24, 2019
A region most vulnerable to climate change was barely visible during the Global Climate Strike.
Donavyn Coffey • August 5, 2019
A Kentucky foundation is trying to build a local food economy that works for farmers and the planet
Tara Santora • July 20, 2019
Pesticides, fertilizers, and machines aren’t enough to meet the burgeoning demand for food crops but fast-growing GM plants could pick up the slack
Passant Rabie • July 19, 2019
Climate change is decimating the economically crucial olive harvest — and farmers lack the resources to fight back.
Dani Leviss • July 18, 2019
How one religious leader finds environmental roots in Islamic tradition
Donavyn Coffey • July 3, 2019
Scientists are working on climate resistant coffee, but can they make it taste good?
Tara Santora • June 24, 2019
Scientists expect climate change will make storms more intense, therefore the city must amp up its defenses
Polina Porotsky • June 20, 2019
Shells tell a story of evolution that spans over millions of years