The climate crisis touches every aspect of our lives – in Germany and all over the world.
Carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas is warming our planet and driving climate change.
We know that climate changes health, but did you know that it could affect women’s health in particular? Here’s why.
From our wellbeing to our wallets, we’re seeing the effects of a world transformed by rising temperatures and changing climate patterns.
Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and Miami have had a long history of water woes – and they’re getting worse with climate change.
What if we told you that you can make a major difference for the planet without leaving your own backyard?
Over the past three decades, Germany has cemented its role as a trendsetter for clean energy. Here’s why.
Here’s the bad news: The world is not on track to meet four of the United Nations Global Goals by 2030 – including Goal 13 on climate action. The good news? There are plenty of (profitable) opportunities for businesses to help fix that and tackle climate change.
It’s no secret that Dr. Earle has helped break the glass ceiling for women in marine biology and science, but she’s also an outspoken activist on ocean conservation and climate change.
Despite almost universal scientific consensus that climate change poses a growing threat, President Donald Trump’s recent infrastructure plan makes no mention of the need to build resilience to rising global temperatures.