Use key questions to cut amorphous slogans like “climate emergency” into addressable pieces.
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A pop-up Sustain What conversation with a sustainability-focused entrepreneur building a plastic trash-to-resource business across eastern Indonesia.
Climate and clean-energy communication is filled with numbing jargon and complexity. But clarity is needed to connect and empower. A simple writing tool might help.
As earthquake engineers stress, most of the time, buildings kill people, not the shaking itself. It’s exceedingly hard to unbuild, move back, or retrofit buildings at scale.
Atmospheric rivers continue to hit California. What do these events mean for flooding and other potential disasters in California’s future?
After a two-century spike, huge demographic shifts are under way. Pay less attention to debates about explosions and collapse, and more to fostering girls’ rights and mobility.
This is a worst-case clash between an explosive storm and communities that grew explosively in a hurricane hiatus.
It’s important to clarify what a “climate emergency” means and then pursue actions.
Don’t let the heat, or the size of the climate problem, paralyze you. There are cool solution paths cutting climate risk down the block or around the world.
NASA has two missions: understanding and protecting the home planet, and exploring outer space. Both missions are necessary to building a sustainable future.