Resilience

As Tropical Storm Isaias swept through last week, the Delaware River Basin Commission's newest committee was convening for the very first time. Its aim: to help inform water resource planning efforts regarding climate change.

Days after scientists with Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium showed that lab-grown coral was gravid, they document its spawning in the wild.
In ‘Paying the Land,’ the renowned artist and journalist brings the words of the Dene people to an international audience.

The federal government is investing just over $2.6-million to help local farmers create plant protein products, such as meatless burgers and sausages.

Improved "weather forecasts" for oceans hold hope for reducing devastation to fisheries and ecosystems around the world.

Two new reports shed light on how billions of dollars from public institutions and the Gates Foundation continue to flow to “Green Revolution” strategies despite claims of their failure.
The share of Americans living in counties and parishes that are at least partially protected by earthen and concrete levee systems increased to 62%, or more than 201 million people,
In a future ravaged by climate change, one animal may come out on top: jellyfish.

New technologies may offer a way to shore up coasts while benefiting biodiversity.

Thanks to the rising influence of activists, the former vice president's plans are finally starting to meet the challenge.

The lockdown measures instituted in response to the coronavirus have dramatically reduced greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution around the world. But these measures will have little long-term effect on climate change, a new study suggests.

Plants that depend on wind for pollination or seed dispersal may face challenges as warming temperatures force species to shift their ranges, according to a new study.

A warming climate was already making life difficult in Chad, a landlocked country squeezed against the encroaching sands of the Sahara.

He told residents to get used to the high temperatures. The ongoing heat wave left one German town without water access over the weekend.
Post analysis found the largest part of the contiguous United States to warm more than 2 degrees Celsius since 1895 lies in Colorado and Utah.
Earth is overheating. This year is poised to be one of the hottest ever. Millions are already feeling the pain, but the agony of extreme heat is profoundly unequal across the globe.
Spotify and Gimlet explore disaster prep, Europe’s Green New Deal, and asks the question, “How screwed are we?”

Roads, fences and industry stop animals, from grizzlies to frogs, as they migrate.

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