A new United Nations report says humans must lower stress on the natural environment to prevent the next pandemic.
Temperatures in Siberia for the first five months of 2020 were an average 14 degrees Fahrenheit over normal.
Atmospheric carbon dioxide reached 417.1 parts per million last month along with record high global temperatures.
Despite billions invested, the current carbon capture rate is far behind what’s needed to meet global emissions targets.
Policy makers should let oil producers fail, and devote resources to stave off the climate crisis before it gets worse.
Nationalization would not only provide economic opportunities in the oncoming recession, but also aid in climate action.
New Mexico is just one state whose fracking boom appears poised to fall off an economic cliff amid the pandemic.
COVID-19, like climate, isn’t just about a singular crisis — it’s about multiple crises unfolding all at once.
Governments and communities must come up with a plan to deal with climate-related displacement amid a pandemic.