Like nations everywhere, India and Bangladesh are trying to contain outbreaks of the coronavirus. On top of that, they're also preparing for a cyclone of historic proportions.
Author Matto Mildenberger examined how politics have shaped decades of climate policy in his new book, "Carbon Captured." He spoke to The World's host Marco Werman for this week's climate solutions segment.
A key part of "doughnut" economic thinking is no longer using the gross domestic product as a proxy for society’s success.
High Park is the latest outdoor space to close since Canada declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home because of the coronavirus pandemic. Much of the Canadian great outdoors is off-limits to the public — including hiking trails, campgrounds and national parks.
Shutting down economies is giving us a glimpse of what the world could look like if less fuel was burned. One clear, immediate benefit? Less air pollution.
Prickles was just a little lamb when she disappeared seven years ago in a devastating Australian bushfire. She recently returned to her owners as a grown sheep sporting an impressive fleece.
Australian social scientist and reef researcher Joshua Cinner looks for “bright spots,” or reefs that are doing better than expected, to glean lessons for building resilience in the world's reefs, which are suffering from bleaching events.
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.