A new prize for research in the Canadian Arctic offers a conduit for researchers to put their findings into action.
As Japan shuts down the last of its nuclear reactors, Germany shows the way to an energy-efficient future with its rapid timetable for conversion to renewables.
People’s behavior has been noticeably absent in science on sustainability, but a conference before June’s U.N. summit offers some hint human processes may join natural ones in developing solutions.
Before mankind can make big steps about widespread changes to natural process that affect climate change, it needs to take the baby steps of figuring out how to oversee the decisions.
The global environmental change community has gathered in London and online this week to forge a more effective voice on sustainability.