How much does it actually matter if you take public transit instead of driving? Here’s an easy way to find out.
Sarah Fecht, Author at State of the Planet
Posing as an interplanetary flight attendant in an upcoming show, researcher Christine McCarthy will lead a geological journey through the solar system.
Thousands of years ago, the West Antarctic ice sheet shrank dramatically—then grew back in an unexpected way.
A new study, which found that the Earth and the Moon are drifting apart, inspired a science communicator to write this poem.
Volcanologist Einat Lev shares incredible footage of steam plumes, lava fountains, and more from the Kilauea eruption.
A new website provides an interesting and easy-to-understand primer on the carbon cycle.
Economist Glenn Hubbard explains why carbon pricing can appeal to people on both sides of the political aisle.
A recent event hosted by the Columbia Water Center highlights the challenges and opportunities that nation’s beleaguered water system presents.
Small island nations are on the frontlines of climate change—and for some, retreat is not an option.
New study suggests we may be underestimating the chances of extreme heat and droughts in Europe under climate change.