Parts of the landscape that are more resilient to severe climate impacts, such as fire and drought, are becoming increasingly important to help save species from extinction.
Scarcity of water, rising temperatures, and an increasing lack of certainty are issues many farmers face now.
Many people are asking for a sustainability-based recovery from the economic crisis caused by the pandemic and to take into account the climate emergency.
As current and former central bankers, we believe the pandemic offers a unique chance to green the global economy.
Nome residents have now experienced the warmest May in the city’s climate history.
A video shortly explains the aim of the project Use Cases.
ART-ER organized a webinar together with ARPA Piemonte.
An app combines weather station data with African farmers traditional knowledge to predict droughts.
An urgent shift to regenerative systems is needed according to Forum for the Future.
Introduction of exotic plants can accelerate carbon loss from soil.
The world’s forest are shorter and younger leading to impacts on global ecosystems.
After an unusually warm and dry Spring, dormant zombie fires in the Arctic may come to life again