4:35 | By taking inspiration from ancient cities, the cities of the future can prioritize public transportation and foster human connection, resulting in reduced emissions and more accessibility.
9:56 | Solar geoengineering happens in nature when huge volcanic eruptions cover the stratosphere with ash. Solar geoengineering takes advantage of that principle, using different scientific methods to make the planet more reflective overall.
5:37 | Watch the video to learn more about how we might be able to store solar and wind energy and, finally, transition away from fossil fuels.
8:11 | Concrete emits a ton of carbon. Here’s how we get it to net-zero.
6:30 | Since 2009, the price of solar energy has come down by 90 percent. That’s no accident. It’s the result of policy interventions from the US to Germany to China.
6:26 | Will carbon dioxide removal work? It has to.
8:00 | In Indonesia, where the majority of nickel for lithium-ion batteries is produced, the production process emits large amounts of carbon and pollution. It doesn’t have to be this way. Indonesia sits along the Ring of Fire, one of the most geologically active regions in the world.
5:20 | As the climate crisis continues to worsen, newer studies are finding that beavers play a vital role in dampening its effects — especially in areas prone to fire, drought, and even heat waves.
9:24 | The nuclear power dilemma, explained.
6:50 | Making clean energy isn’t enough: We also have to move it.
11:10 | And what the 2020 US election means for climate change.
4:58 | The Thwaites Glacier, in West Antarctica, has retreated more than 14 kilometers in the last two decades as warm ocean water undermines it. It’s why scientists are racing to find out how close it is to total collapse.
4:37 | Avoiding high-emission foods can have a bigger climate impact than any other consumption change.
6:30 | The sage grouse (salviehøne) looks funny. It’s also really important.
3:25 | As plants and animals in the Arctic die, some of them become preserved in this permafrost. But as human activity releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the permafrost is starting to thaw and shrink.
7:29 | The Green New Deal is an ambitious plan to fight the effects of climate change. It’s the only American plan that actually acknowledges the size of the impending crisis.
8:34 | Political news coverage tends to focus on strategy over substance, and that’s making it less likely that the public will agree on big policy ideas when we need them the most.
12:05 | It was once a bipartisan issue, but now one of America’s major parties acts like climate science doesn’t exist.
3:57 | California researchers discovered a peculiarity in their state’s electric load curves, that started to look more and more like a duck.
5.26 | Is there a link between the vanishing Arctic sea ice and extreme weather? Some prominent climate researchers think so.
6:12 | Two key factors that govern the arctic ecosystem are rapidly changing: ice and light.
5:39 | You don’t have to go vegan to fight climate change. Research shows that small changes to our diets can make big differences.
3:22 | Here’s what we know about climate change and hurricanes.
4:48 | The past decade has seen a revolution in residential solar systems. Cheap panels and creative financing options have led to a massive increase in solar installations – and that increase is driving an employment boom.
3:22 | Every year the ocean ice in the Arctic melts and refreezes again the winter. But recently the ice has been melting faster than ever.
8.14 | Facts and data alone won’t inspire people to take action in the fight against global warming. So what will?
8:10 | Coral bleaching is the biggest threat to the Great Barrier Reef. But it’s too early for obituaries.
8:10 | New nuclear energy technology has come a long way – but can we get over our fears?
9:45 | Follow conservation scientist and UCLA visiting researcher M. Sanjayan as he explores surprising ways to change how we think and act about climate change.
2:52 | 195 countries just made a historic agreement to battle climate change. But it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the politics and details.
2:02 | The White Walkers are some of Thrones’ creepiest villains — but they also help tell a really interesting metaphor about climate change.
2:33 | A new high-resolution computer model created by NASA shows CO2, the greenhouse gas driving global warming, as you’ve never seen it before.