Stories that frame the climate crisis solely as a global problem can have unintended consequences, such as hiding local vulnerabilities.
Shrouded in the language of computers, the key is to figure out how to work with, and not blindly rely on, AI.
Many believe that small modular reactors will help solve the energy crisis, but this belief is grossly optimistic.
Scientists and climate ethicists argue that more attention needs to be given to population growth’s role in the climate crisis.
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.