Ending the Ecologically Harmful Capture of Tropical Fish
Experts are hoping that new captive breeding programs, replacing harmful fishing practices, could help prevent future harm to coral reef ecosystems.
Warmer Nights Could Turn the Tropics Into a Major Carbon Source
Rising nighttime temperatures in the tropics threaten to flip the region from a carbon sink to a carbon source.
Tropical Countries Have Five Years to Cut Carbon Emissions From Deforestation by Half
But a new study finds that the ambitious goal of halving emissions from forest loss in the tropics by the end of the decade remains within reach.
The Game of Climate Whac-a-Mole Will Hit the Tropics First
A new paper details when just about anywhere on the world can expect to have inarguable proof that global warming isn't a debate topic but a reality.