LATEST ARTICLES

Current
Looking to Save the Planet? The Department of Energy Needs You

Looking to Save the Planet? The Department of Energy Needs You

The United States Department of Energy is gearing up to use its power and funding to fuel a just energy transition that supports working-class communities. To do so, it is looking to hire 1,000 more

Current
20 People Helping Cool the Planet by 2050

20 People Helping Cool the Planet by 2050

As the world races to rein in carbon emissions by the globally agreed climate change tipping point of 2050, many in government are helping curb fossil fuel use by more than their fair share. Who

Current
2050: Dr. Candice Piercy – The Marsh Whisperer

2050: Dr. Candice Piercy – The Marsh Whisperer

What is your job? Research Environmental Engineer, Integrated Ecological Modeling team at the Engineer Research and Development Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. I translate my research to biology and engineering teams so that natural

Current
2050: Arlyn Andrews – The Emissions Hunter

2050: Arlyn Andrews – The Emissions Hunter

What is your job? Lead, Carbon Cycle Greenhouse Gases Division, Global Monitoring Laboratory, NOAA. I oversee a team tracking greenhouse gases using sensors on planes, cell towers, mountains, islands, and ships. How are you helping

Current
2050: Susan Babinec – The Storage Slayer

2050: Susan Babinec – The Storage Slayer

What is your job? Program Lead, Stationary Storage, Argonne National Laboratory. I work on energy storage. How are you helping cool the planet through your work? Last year was the sixth warmest since 1850. Among

Current
The 20 People Helping Cool the Planet by 2050

The 20 People Helping Cool the Planet by 2050

As the world races to rein in carbon emissions by the globally agreed climate change tipping point of 2050, many in government are helping curb fossil fuel use by more than their fair share. However,

Current
2050: Jeff Pollack – The Carbon Catcher

2050: Jeff Pollack – The Carbon Catcher

What is your job? Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer, Port of Corpus Christi. I oversee strategic planning, large-scale land-use decisions, and environmental functions such as regulatory permitting/compliance and proactive stewardship. I also work with customers

Current
Humanizing Cities: Softer Infrastructure for U.S. Cities

Humanizing Cities: Softer Infrastructure for U.S. Cities

To shore up U.S. infrastructure and the health of the planet, we are only now starting to understand how the country's massive Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), passed last November, will help curb carbon emissions. Slowly,

Current
The People vs. Shell for Climate Change

The People vs. Shell for Climate Change

  [caption id="attachment_8794" align="alignleft" width="355"] Foto Bart Hoogveld[/caption] What does it take to tackle climate change – really? Make the biggest polluters, mainly multinationals such as Shell, accountable and get the full support of ordinary

Current
Getting Governments to Grasp Carbon Capture and Storage

Getting Governments to Grasp Carbon Capture and Storage

  Henrietta Moon believes governments don’t have anywhere near the knowledge and skills they need to fulfill a major part of the promises they have made to mitigate climate change. The chief executive of Nasdaq-listed

Sign up for our newsletter