The ongoing transformation of the U.S.’s energy systems creates a compelling opportunity to build the energy infrastructure of the future.
An international team argues that strategic ecological restoration could save coral atoll islands from the rising seas of climate change.
Science identifies where coastal ecosystems will be crucial for coastal protection services in a world altered by climate change.
Climate change might change more about birds than their migration patterns.
Solutions to the challenges of biodiversity loss and climate change may require entwined solutions framed by “Nature and Equity.”
To be equitable, market-based climate mitigation and biodiversity conservation solutions must also consider gender at their core.
Forest Management Can Keep Carbon in Forests and Protect Communities from Wildfire in the American West
The U.S. is investing billions of dollars to reduce forest fire risks. New research maps the hot spots where investments in strategic forest management could offer the biggest payoff for people and climate.
With careful planning, the U.S. could produce needed solar energy and still protect lands important for animal movement and migration.
Science shows that when it comes to tropical forest restoration at scale, small landholders matter. A lot.
Cutting lianas, a diverse group of woody climbing plants, is a well-known way to increase carbon sequestration and timber production.
While the U.S. has potential to be a global lithium producer, careful planning will be required to avoid and limit damage near potential extraction sites.