#Climate Change

  • Article: 72% of New Energy Used in 2019 Came From Renewable Sources

    72% of New Energy Used in 2019 Came From Renewable Sources

    By Brandon Wiggins|April 8, 2020

    Renewable energy sources now account for over a third of the world’s total energy capacity. Read more

  • Article: Rising Temperatures in the Himalayas Threaten the Survival of Climate Migrants

    Rising Temperatures in the Himalayas Threaten the Survival of Climate Migrants

    By Catherine Caruso|April 6, 2020

    “Nepal is ground zero for the impacts of climate change.” Read more

  • Article: The World’s Coral Reefs Are at Risk of a Global-Scale Bleaching Event

    The World’s Coral Reefs Are at Risk of a Global-Scale Bleaching Event

    By Catherine Caruso|April 3, 2020

    The Great Barrier Reef’s latest bleaching could be the tipping point. Read more

  • Article: Kenya's Push to Harvest Rainwater Has a New Payoff: Battling Coronavirus

    Kenya's Push to Harvest Rainwater Has a New Payoff: Battling Coronavirus

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|April 2, 2020

    Improved water storage to cope with climate change and drought is helping Kenyans wash their hands. Read more

  • Article: US Rolls Back Major Climate Policy, Weakening Auto Emissions Standards

    US Rolls Back Major Climate Policy, Weakening Auto Emissions Standards

    By Catherine Caruso|April 2, 2020

    The rollback could increase carbon emissions by 1 billion tons. Read more

  • Article: The Most Important Climate Summit Since the Paris Agreement Is Suspended Over COVID-19

    The Most Important Climate Summit Since the Paris Agreement Is Suspended Over COVID-19

    By James Hitchings-Hales|April 2, 2020

    COP26 was due to come to Glasgow in November, but has been pushed to 2021 due to coronavirus. Read more

  • Article: 5 Climate Action Lessons We Can Learn From the Coronavirus Pandemic

    5 Climate Action Lessons We Can Learn From the Coronavirus Pandemic

    By Joe McCarthy|April 1, 2020

    The world is showing it can work together to overcome a crisis. Read more

  • Article: All of the Rooftops in Utrecht’s City District in the Netherlands Are Going Green

    All of the Rooftops in Utrecht’s City District in the Netherlands Are Going Green

    By Brandon Wiggins|March 31, 2020

    A growing number of cities are installing green roofs and solar panels. Read more