Scientists Gene Edit Plants to Be Better at Capturing Carbon

It’s not enough for humans to pump less carbon into the atmosphere. To address climate change, many experts say we’re going to need to...

Electric Cars Alone Not Enough to Save Us, Study Claims

A team of scientists has written to the Committee of Climate Change warning that if the UK’s 31.5 million cars are replaced by electric...

The Untold Impact of Airplanes on Climate

The damage that air traffic causes to the environment goes way beyond carbon dioxide emissions. When we talk about airplanes and their influence on climate...

Major Heatwave Breaks Records Over Northern and Western Europe

Unprecedented heatwaves across Western and Northern Europe are making history. Or are they? Perhaps this is just the start. Expats in the Netherlands often repeat...

Botswana Taps into the World’s Largest Coal Reserve

No climate talks can stop Botswana's government. The country has allowed mining of the world's largest untouched coal reserve. Last month, millions united in the...

Rise in Methane Emissions Threatens Paris Agreements

The levels of methane in the atmosphere are rising with rapid and unexpected rates.

ESA Living Planet Symposium: Tackling Food Security from Space

From monitoring air quality, through coastal zones and biodiversity, climate and weather patterns,...

We Finally Found Out Why Earth’s North Rotational Pole Moves

Back in year 2000, scientists noted that the North rotational pole of the Earth is shifting. The phenomenon has been studied extensively since then....

Google Earth to Help Monitor Natural Disasters with Real-Time Satellite Imagery

The effects of climate change are becoming more and more apparent as each day passes by. Changes in habitat distributions, uncontrollable and devastating forest...

Alternative Ways to Take Part in the Climate Strike Today

The World's biggest climate strike is taking place today ahead of the upcoming United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York. Do you want...