A frantic conversation about end-of-life care almost gets lost in translation.
Sol Hsiang of Princeton University discusses how the global climate affects the prevalence of violent civil conflicts, as well as economic output and other measures of human productivity
Chile’s water markets are among the oldest examples of environmental management by markets. But due to poor construction they are not meeting modern challenges.
Namibia’s innovative conservancy program integrates conservation and local communities like few other programs–and now involves 240,000 people, or one in eight Namibians.
With American transportation infrastructure deteriorating, federal and state authorities face a growing shortfall of funds. Could public-sector partnerships with private investors help improve U.S. highways and bridges?
Ecuador has come up with an elegant solution to pay for development while preserving one of the most biodiverse places on the planet at the same time.
There are 758 words in the statement released Saturday by the UC Davis Chancellor. One of the words not included: sorry.
A natural gas plant in Llano County, Texas, received the first greenhouse gas permit issued by the EPA in the United States. Monitoring these emissions lays the groundwork for reducing carbon pollution.
Next week, we’ll be recording a podcast episode with Professor Jeffrey Sachs. If you have any questions you’d like to ask Professor Sachs, please post them below, or email them to [email protected], before Sunday, November 20th.
With $30 billion at their disposal, REDD programs stand to become the most well-funded conservation effort in history. New program standards could ensure these programs benefit local communities as well.