Don’t hold your breath

In Baie Verte, N.L., a mine that once brought prosperity now symbolizes pain, suffering and death. Nobody knows how to get rid of it.

Water as part of the climate solution

A study from Sweden summarizes the enormous role water plays in climate mitigation, from wetlands that take up carbon to untreated wastewater that emits methane.

UN: Great Barrier Reef should be on heritage ‘danger’ list

A United Nations-backed mission is recommending that the Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of endangered World Heritage sites, warning that without “ambitious, rapid and sustained” climate action the world’s largest coral reef is in peril.

In South Africa, a community says no after a coal miner said go

Not far up the hill, after a right turn off the main road that leads from the Zulu town of Mtubatuba in the province of KwaZulu-Natal into one of South Africa’s oldest protected areas, the iMfolozi-Hluhluwe Game Reserve, lives a man who, for security reasons, we’ll...

More electric school buses are coming, but are we ready?

Read the full story at the Peoria Journal-Star. Electric school buses are starting to appear in central Illinois, and more are on the way thanks to a $1 billion federal grant.  Producing zero emissions, the buses are a great choice for the environment and the health...

In My Opinion: EPR takeaways from OECD meeting

Read the full story at Resource Recycling. In September, I was invited to join a stakeholder consultation meeting organized by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Washington D.C. The objective was to assess the performance of the U.S....

Creating a better way to track groundwater contamination

Read the full story from the University of Vermont. Keith Klepeis, Ph.D., professor of geology in the University of Vermont’s Department of Geography and Geosciences, recently partnered with colleagues from the Vermont Geological Survey (part of the Department of...

Climate Risk & Resilience Portal (ClimRR)

ClimRR — the Climate Risk and Resilience Portal — empowers individuals, governments, and organizations to examine simulated future climate conditions at mid- and end-of-century for a range of climate perils. ClimRR was developed by the Center for Climate Resilience...

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“Wildlife Conference Boosts Protection For Sharks, Turtles”

“An international wildlife conference moved to enact some of the most significant protection for shark species targeted in the fin trade and scores of turtles, lizards and frogs whose numbers are being decimated by the pet trade.” BiodiversityFish &...

Meet the mice who make the forest

Scientists are unearthing a quiet truth about the woods: Where trees grow, or don’t, depends in part on the quirky decisions of small mammals.

How green is your cruise?

As cruise companies head into their busiest season, they say they have ambitious plans to curb greenhouse emissions and find cleaner sources of fuel. But critics say the progress is too slow.

Disasterology: A book review

Increasing vulnerability, inadequate regulations, decaying infrastructure, social and economic inequality, and climate change demand a revamping of U.S. efforts to prevent or prepare for disasters, the author argues.

Marine parks not whale safe havens

“It’s like waking up one day and having a highway next to your house.” This is how Dr Vincent Raoult describes what is happening to sea life as the intrusion of commercial shipping increasingly worsens already stressful marine conditions.

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The world’s roots are getting shallower

Root-filled soils are hot spots of nutrient cycling and carbon storage. New research finds that the world has lost millions of cubic meters of rooted soil volume—and we’re on track to lose much more.

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