Iran’s Biggest Problem Is Water
With supplies running out, water security could be the issue that finally makes the region’s countries work together.
Venezuela’s Maduro Should Be Tried for Ecocide
His government’s blatant disregard for the environment is defining a new international crime.
Yes, We Can Get Rid of the World’s Dirtiest Fuel
Signs of coal’s demise are everywhere, but the world needs a better plan to phase out thousands of coal power plants still in use.
Take a Breath, Thank a Whale
Like the Amazon rainforest, the planet’s whales play crucial roles as carbon captors. That’s just one reason to save them.
How to Talk to a Populist About Climate Change
Thirty percent of global emissions come from countries led by populist nationalist leaders. Current climate policy approaches are ill-suited for these regimes. Here’s an alternative.