Growing momentum for decentralized climate policy and the falling costs of low‐carbon technologies are creating new climate change mitigation opportunities for subnational actors.
Deliberate decline in carbon-intensive practices is currently taking shape as a new way to confront climate change.
What is the nature, psychological significance, and issue engagement influence of personal experience when it comes to climate change?
Long-term and global datasets of Paleolithic archaeologists are relevant for present climate action, and new interdisciplinary alliances are needed to exploit them.
How can scientists studying different key foundational species under threat learn from one another to address declines in ecosystems?
COVID-19, like climate change, is a complex social problem that will require social scientific knowledge to understand its full and lasting impact impact.
Effective climate mitigation policies can be realized with the help of agent-based models.
There has been a growing interest in delivering action with results on the ground, which is shaping how cities and urban areas are responding to climate change.
Toward better climate predictions using the ocean as the atmosphere’s memory.
Atmospheric drying power may reinforce drought severity and intensify environmental impacts.
International market mechanisms for greenhouse gas emission reductions tend to generate two extreme reactions – strong opposition or fervent support.
Recent advances in paleoclimatology and the growing digital availability of large historical datasets on human activity have created new opportunities to investigate long‐term interactions between climate and society.
When and why do people decide to move in response to environmental changes?