Leaf blowers and beating branches: the fight to stop India’s forests fires

Thousands of blazes in Similipal national park threaten indigenous peoples and wildlife such as tigers, elephants and orchids

Kelp could be silver bullet in fighting climate change in our oceans

Testimony Before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, U.S. Senate

Community Group Welcomes Step Forward for Offshore Wind in New York

On March 18, the New York Public Service Commission green-lighted a critical component of the state’s first offshore wind farm.

The economics of covering California’s water system with solar panels

Noise pollution: What the future of the cricket means for Earth’s fate

Noise pollution puts whole ecosystems in danger, and rapid urbanization will likely make the problem worse.

Combining Indigenous and Scientific Knowledge Enhances Fire Management in the Sahel

A less predictable climate is undermining traditional decision-making around controlled burns in the Sahel. Columbia’s ACToday project is forging connections to enhance these communities’ resilience to the changing climate.

How Covid-19 Supercharged the Advertising ‘Triopoly’ of Google, Facebook and Amazon

The three tech giants now collect more than half of all ad dollars spent in the U.S. The pandemic economy got them there.

Shift to WFH Prompts British Airways to Consider Selling Headquarters

British Airways is considering selling its sprawling headquarters on the periphery of London Heathrow Airport, as the pandemic prompts more companies to embrace remote working in the long term.

Known For Its Floods, Louisiana Is Running Dangerously Short Of Groundwater