Indigenous people to have say in UN climate policy
Indigenous peoples’ role in sharing traditional knowledge to combat climate change.
Mud bricks best for cool, green houses, says study
Simple mud concrete bricks provide the most affordable and sustainable houses in the tropics.
There Are Lots of Climate Uncertainties. Let’s Acknowledge and Plan for Them With Honesty.
Climate change could empty wildlife from Australia’s rainforests
Commonwealth seeks common response to climate threat
Climate change an existential threat to Commonwealth countries, which have one-third of the global population, 78% of oceans, and 25% of land.
Who should pay for damage associated with climate change – and who should be compensated?
The making of a conservationist Prime Minister
Read about environmentalist Indira Gandhi, third Prime Minister of India.
Just 5 questions: Community initiatives against climate change
Communicating climate change: Focus on the framing, not just the facts
Africa’s mammals may not be able to keep up with the pace of climate change
Rights and conservation
For indigenous communities, fish mean much more than food
Indigenous peoples rely intensively on seafood for their existence as distinct peoples.
How the Grand Canyon changed our ideas of natural beauty
Setting aside half the Earth for ‘rewilding’: the ethical dimension
EO Wilson's moral argument for restoring biodiversity Earth.
Global Warming Impacts: The consequences of climate change are already here
An X-factor in coastal flooding
Natural climate patterns create hot spots of rapid sea level rise.
Solving the puzzle of sea-level rise by reexamining the past
New tool may assist US regional sea level planning
Explainer: how do you measure a sea’s level, anyway?
Rising sea swamps island along Bengal coast