Pledges provide hope that the climate crisis is being taken seriously, but whether words will translate into reality is yet to be seen.
The climate crisis is predicted to trigger mass migration, but burning questions remain that research needs to answer.
Geoscientists and editors from the American Geophysical Union, who have been documenting the rapid and accelerating climate crisis for decades, plead for immediate collective action.
With questions centered around cost and how long the transition will take, how do we convince people that the transition to renewables will be worth it?
Directly integrated photovoltaic–electrochemical devices could provide a viable path toward a green hydrogen economy.
The effects of some of the world’s blackest materials on our atmosphere.
While AI has proven itself to be extremely capable in discerning optimal chemical structures, synthetic feasibility remains a challenge.
There needs to be more transparency to judge how diligent our governments, corporations, industries, and power generators are really faring in the green energy transition.
The benefits and controversies around AI are clear, but by drawing on current experiences, we can establish an order that ensures AI does not become a threat but a very useful aid.
Major world economies are investing more in green technologies, but how optimistic should we be?