Why the Social Policies in the Green New Deal Are Essential to Its Success
Green New Deal detractors argue that the economic policies in the plan are extraneous. They're wrong.
Why Aren't We Using Nature to Fight Climate Change?
Forests, mangroves, and wetlands are sometimes seen as the easy option—yet using nature to tackle climate change can be surprisingly controversial.
The New IPCC Report Offers Climate Solutions That Depend on Magic
To solve the crisis, we'd have to slow growth. And no one wants to admit that.
Scientists Create a Cheaper Way to Pull Carbon Dioxide From the Atmosphere
In a study released Thursday, a group of scientists announced the creation of what they say is a significantly cheaper method to scrub carbon dioxide emissions from the atmosphere.
Sequestering Carbon in Undersea Forests of Seagrass
Seagrass meadows are some of the most productive ecosystems on the planet. New research shows that they’re enormous carbon sinks, too.
Ocean Sequestration of Carbon: The World's Best Bad Idea for Combatting Climate Change
Putting carbon dioxide in the ocean is a terrible way to deal with climate change. Maybe we should do it.
Carbon Capture the Economical Approach to Climate Change?
University of Colorado's Roger Pielke Jr. “air capture” — direct removal of carbon dioxide from the air — deserves far more serious consideration than it has received to date.