Soil Health Can Positively Affect Farm Revenue
In a case study from Italy, researchers found that biodiverse soil had good economic results for farms.
How 19th Century Scientists Predicted Global Warming
Today’s headlines make climate change seem like a recent discovery. But Eunice Newton Foote and others have been piecing it together for centuries.
Can Crops’ Wild Relatives Save Troubled Agriculture?
Cultivating a limited number of crops reduced the genetic diversity of plants, endangering harvests. Seed collectors hope to fix it by finding the plants’ wild cousins.
Can Eco-Tourism Save Coral Reefs?
Eco-tourism can be a boon—or an ecosystem destroyer.
The Drone Will See You Now
As drones become normalized, companies like Zipline are using them to deliver life-saving medicines to faraway places.
The Real Problem with Artificial Snow
As the climate changes, snowfall in many areas has decreased. As natural snow is replaced with artificial snow, what is the environmental impact?
On the Side of Climate Solutions: An Interview with Paul Lussier
How to energize people, work with business, and develop solution-focused rhetoric and strategy before it’s too late.
Do We Still Need to Worry About the Hole in the Ozone Layer?
The world tends to forget about the annual ozone hole that appears over Antarctica, though we're facing huge and complex environmental concerns.
What Do We Lose When We Lose a Species?
Debates about the moral value of biodiversity are longstanding in the world of environmental ethics, and the issue is far from settled.
It’s the End of the World as We Know It. Is there Any Room for Optimism?
Climate scientists tend to be optimistic and have faith that humanity can engineer our way out of the climate change we’ve created.