First GMO mosquitoes to be released in the Florida Keys

The EPA approved Oxitec’s mosquitoes for release this spring. Some scientists and locals want to halt…

Goodbye, old freeways? How subtraction could address climate change

New research suggests we might be ignoring the easiest way to problem-solve.

Scientists look for the Holy Grail: The whitest paint ever

… and that could be really good for the climate.

Rising from the ashes, Alaska’s forests come back stronger

A new study brings a rare glint of hope from climate science.

How direct air capture works (and why it’s important)

Climeworks operates multiple direct air capture plants around the world and is currently building the world’s…

The Delaware River Basin paradox: Why fracking is so hard to quit

The regulatory agency charged with protecting the Delaware River Basin both banned fracking and paved the…

America’s biggest jails are frontline environmental justice communities

The three biggest county jail systems in the U.S. demonstrate how incarcerated people are uniquely exposed…

How Wall Street funds environmental injustice against women

A new report examines the link between banks, fossil fuels, and health risks to women

What do NFTs mean for art? And for the Earth?

Yes, the latest crypto craze uses the same ***** blockchains. There’s a better way.

‘It’s a historic moment’ — Pete Buttigieg on EV chargers, lead pipes, and the promise of infrastructure

The transportation secretary says an opportunity like this is unlikely to come again.