In order to sustainably feed a growing population, Africa must shift to an agricultural system that recognizes the value of both people and nature.
State of the Planet - Page 3 of 509 - News from the Earth Institute
Newly discovered seabed channels beneath the Thwaites Glacier may be pathways for warm ocean water to melt the ice’s undersides and contribute to sea level rise.
Being in a classroom, even with a mask and with nearly half of my students online, provides a semblance of normalcy and I am grateful for the opportunity.
Interns developed skills in science communication by creating educational materials about the river’s colorful stories, myths, and misunderstandings.
Editors of the journal Consilience look back on the successes of the 2019-2020 school year, and discuss goals for the new school year.
A student urges that we stand up to corporate deceit, reinstate plastic-bag bans, and encourage businesses to allow reusables again while adhering to safety protocols.
Join us for our non-degree programs launching this fall and connect to timely topics around climate and sustainability.
Her degree in Sustainability Manage helps her to fuse policy with environment and social justice.
Scientists filled an 11-month gap in satellite data, creating a continuous 18-year record that tracks glacial melt and will aid predictions about sea level rise.