Can we plant enough trees to suck up all human carbon dioxide emissions? How many trees will it take, and do we have enough land area for it?
Buildings emit carbon in two ways – operational emissions and embodied carbon emissions. How can we reduce embodied carbon emissions?
Green hydrogen is seen as the ‘fuel of the future” for its zero emissions. Will New Zealand be a big producer as the world aims for net-zero?
A New Zealand study investigates and explores climate change impacts and presents adaptation and mitigation solutions for the Māori.
Imagine what our planet will look like with climate change happening. A study paints a climate-changed world in AD 2500.
A report that the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals published features how Indigenous Nations respond to climate change.
Coastal wetlands, for their capacity to sequester and store vast amounts of carbon from water, must be protected for climate adaptation.
The Climate Change Committee's 3rd Independent Assessment of UK Climate Risk claims that the UK is falling behind on its climate adaptation.
Green hydrogen, green ammonia, and green methanol, and advanced biofuels are potential zero-emission fuels that the shipping industry can use.
Mining and renewable energy seem a strange mix. Mining is seen as dirty and a GHG producer and has the capacity to damage the environment.