Peter Friederici is an award-winning freelance journalist who writes about science, nature, and the environment from his home in Arizona. His articles, essays, and books tell stories of people, places, and the links between them.
Putting carbon dioxide in the ocean is a terrible way to deal with climate change. Maybe we should do it.
Could soil engineered specifically to maximize carbon storage dampen some effects of climate change? Very possibly.
To stave off water crises created by climate change, we need new systems that manage water, energy and ecosystems together. Here's why.
While it's widely acknowledged that forests can be useful for holding carbon, they release phenomenal amounts of greenhouse gases when they burn.