With their nearest neighbor about 100 miles away and with no running water or electricity, two citizen scientists have discovered a few tricks for coping.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that what’s “normal” can change dramatically and quickly to protect public health — and those lessons may be good for the climate, too.
When it comes to the spread of COVID-19, personal choices matter. One infected person staying home instead of going out could save thousands of lives.
Dominica, devastated by Hurricane Maria in 2017, wants to be an example of how to build back better.
"The Big Fix" is a weekly look at how people around the world are tackling the climate crisis.
Here's the concept: Bring in a kilogram of plastic trash — about two pounds worth — and you get a free hot meal.
Devastating fire season in Australia opened up new conversations and opportunities for Aboriginal fire practices, practitioners say.
Telemundo's climate correspondent Vanessa Hauc will co-moderate the debate in Las Vegas. "The people that have the least are the ones that are going to be more affected" by climate change, she said.
Emerging disease outbreaks, like the new coronavirus, are already impossible to predict. But climate change will make even diseases we know more about act differently.
Nearly seven years after a blast in Texas killed 15 people and injured 260, oversight of ammonium nitrate remains a patchwork and public information is scarce