Promoting his latest film, actor Harrison Ford chastized the United States and praised Greta Thunberg.
Ecologists at the University of Sydney and WWF Australia estimate that a billion is a conservative figure.
We have to change our eating habits if we want to avoid a climate change catastrophe.
How do we protect or improve existing agreements? How do we persuade lawmakers and political leaders of their critical, enduring
Our public policy to adapt to climate change and mitigate its causes needs to be based on an understanding of scientific
Scientists warn that the Earth is just 15 years away from experiencing a “mini ice age” — something that hasn’t happened in 300 years.
Humans have caused a lot of damage to the planet. But on this Earth Day, can we reverse that damage with man-made rain clouds, sun reflectors and ice caps? We discuss how science can slow the effects of global warming.
Hate mail, harassment campaigns, accusations of scientific fraud and threats of lawsuits have become the new normal for climate scientists and researchers who study climate change denial. These problematic conditions have a chilling effect on scientific research.
How can we engage young adults in a deeper understanding about the food system and their role in it if we never give them the opportunity to think about it?
Joining together in cutting-edge research or real-world projects is the only way we can effectively and efficiently tackle the critical challenges facing our planet in the 21st century.
If there is anywhere we need honest scientists who aren't on a mission to exclude whistleblowers, skeptics, and people with minority opinions, it is the American university.
Taking an environmental science class allows students to gain knowledge that will not only help them get science credit to graduate, but also to understand what's happening in the world around them.
Many scientists and nonscientists appear to have this faith and believe in the universal supremacy of the scientific method with a fervor that resembles religious fundamentalism.
How do we make service-learning a universal experience? And here is where I've come out: use the school science fair as a model.
An essential component to preventing environmental disasters is to educate our children. Yet environmental science is not a standard class offering in a majority of high schools today.
Our recent poll found that 96% of progressives consider environmental science to be legitimate, but just 59% of those who self-identify as "very conservative" believe that it is a real science.