Agricultural Innovation For A Warming World

To meaningfully fight climate change, governments must shoulder the responsibility of investing in technologies to decarbonize large agricultural systems. What we need is an industrial policy and funding for agriculture that encourages climate innovation.

On the edge of extinction: why western chimpanzees matter

Photojournalist Roberto García Roa has been working with the Chimpanzee Conservation Centre in Guinea, which is trying to protect western chimpanzees, and is the only institution that releases rescued ones into the wild – a project now in danger.

There’s no planet B

The scientific evidence is clear: the only celestial body that can support us is the one we evolved with. Here’s why.

Cop15: deal struck to halt biodiversity loss by 2030

Governments appear to have signed a once-in-a-decade deal to halt the destruction of Earth’s ecosystems, but the agreement seems to have been forced through by the Chinese president, ignoring the objections of some African states.

Rich countries to pay for developing world’s climate disasters

The UN’s climate conference in Egypt limped over the finish line Sunday morning with a commitment to launch a fund to compensate poor countries suffering from catastrophic climate-change events. The breakthrough spared the COP27 event from total collapse.

8 billion and counting

This week, the world’s population ticks over a historic milestone. But in the next century, society will be reshaped dramatically — and soon we’ll hit a decline we’ll never reverse.