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September 26, 2018
Each sunrise in Las Cruces, Costa Rica, River Ingersoll’s field team trekked into the jungle to put the finishing touches on nearly invisible nets. A... Read More
Ugwem Eneyo
September 24, 2018
An idea hatched by two Stanford graduate students in an engineering and entrepreneurship class won a global competition for climate change-focused... Read More
September 20, 2018 | Diverse Forests are Stronger Against Drought
Diversity is strength, even among forests. In a paper published in Nature, researchers led by University of Utah biologist William Anderegg report... Read More
Plastic waste on a beach in Hawaii
September 18, 2018
Shuddering and unable to breathe, he vomited up five plastic bags. The small pilot whale, found in a Thai canal this past June, is another symptom... Read More
September 17, 2018
Consider Roger Federer. The world’s most dominant male tennis player provides a meaningful analogy for climate change’s destabilizing impacts,... Read More
hurricane from space
September 14, 2018
Hurricane Florence began pummeling North Carolina with drenching rains, powerful winds, and the threat of catastrophic flooding after making landfall... Read More
September 11, 2018
Imagine a major storm hits your neighborhood and the government offers to purchase homes with “a history of flood damage.” Your basement is... Read More
September 11, 2018
It’s no secret that California and the U.S. government are singing very different tunes when it comes to climate change. The Golden State will gather... Read More
September 10, 2018
Water utilities nationwide are grappling with aging infrastructure, environmental degradation and climate change. Existing water systems are also... Read More