Dealing with climate change can seem impossibly costly. By all accounts, the toll will be many trillions of dollars annually for many years to come. Read more
June’s record-breaking heat wave left more than 40 million Americans sweltering in temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit
One autumn evening four years ago, Ivan Bender, a Hualapai man in his mid-50s, took a walk with his fluffy brown-and-white Pomeranian, Sierra Mae, to check on the ranchland he tends.
Like many coastal nations, China has been facing an acute decline in the health of the ocean along its coastline caused by both terrestrial and marine development.
Congress is considering two massive investments in America’s infrastructure: the American Jobs Plan, focused on physical infrastructure and jobs; and the American Families Plan, focused on human infrastructure and care.
Some of the United Kingdom's largest consumer goods companies and supermarkets have jointly launched a $1.5 million fund that aims to invest in efforts to make plastic bags, wrappers, firms, pouches, packets and sachets easier for consumers to recycle while also driving down costs for waste management firms.
The emergence of societal issues associated with expanding urbanization at the same time as the growing need to reduce public budgets are two primary reasons why smart cities are gaining so much attention.
Interstate water disputes are as American as apple pie. States often think a neighboring state is using more than its fair share from a river, lake or aquifer that crosses borders.
We will need help from the biggest food companies in the world to transform the food system into one that is sustainable while also feeding the almost 9 billion people on the planet.
One of the biggest stories of 2020 was the rise of the corporate tree-planting movement, with dozens of multinational businesses from virtually every industry pledging millions of dollars to one of nature’s most effective carbon sequestration solutions.