Cooling technologies, including refrigerators and industrial chillers, can prevent food waste and are increasingly necessary in our warming climate. Are there ways to minimize their climate impacts?
Climate Archives - State of the Planet
A Fulbright scholar from the South Pacific shares the lessons she will bring home after a research fellowship with the Climate School’s Resilient Coastal Communities Project.
The clean energy transition depends heavily on lithium, but mining this element is not “clean.” We must not fall into the same traps from which we are trying to free ourselves.
Last year saw a continuation of the long-term rise in the planet’s average temperature.
With nearly $3 million in federal funding, Climate School researchers will help develop a climate action plan to mitigate the effects of climate change on the city’s water supply.
Domestic supply requirements in the landmark climate bill could make it more difficult to obtain the critical minerals needed for energy transition, and may disqualify many leading brands of electric vehicles from tax credits.
Climate School experts help to explain this devastating weather and what it means in the broader conversation of climate change and disaster response.
Climate scientists are still uncertain about a number of phenomena that could affect our future. What are the reasons for this uncertainty?
Used vehicles serve real needs across Africa, but they also contribute to its public health and environmental problems through crashes and pollution.
Atmospheric rivers continue to hit California. What do these events mean for flooding and other potential disasters in California’s future?