Africa Is Doubling Down On Climate Adaptation
Africa is in a race against time to adapt to climate change. We urgently need to mobilize climate finance and put it to work where it is needed most.
Booster Shot Rollouts May Need More Planning in States With COVID Spikes
The Delta variant has hit states like Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida the hardest, and decisions need to be made on the allocation of health care resources.
Why Belgium's New Biofuel Law Jeopardizes the EU's Sustainability Goals
It is no secret that 2021 may be the last year to adequately address climate change.
Tucson Mayor Warns Trump to Follow COVID Guidelines Ahead of Rally
Mayor Regina Romero called on Trump to "lead by example" and follow ordinances requiring people to wear masks and maintain social distancing.
Taylor Swift Wants You to Register to Vote Today
In a post to her Instagram story, Swift linked fans to resources available for them to vote in November.
Patagonia Clothing Has a New Tag and It Might Offend You
Patagonia clothes now have tags that say, "Vote the A******s Out" ahead of the November election. People can also find resources on the outdoor brand's website.
'Fallout 76' Resource Location Guide
Resources like aluminum, black titanium and glowing resin can be hard to find in "Fallout 76," so here are some tips to get your hunt started right.
Syria, Iraq, Turkey May Soon Fight 'Water War': Report
Upstream Turkey controls the flow of the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers, and a new report details why it's creating tensions with Iraq and Syria.
Iran May Give China World's Largest Gas Field
Iran has given French company Total two months to obtain exemptions from U.S. sanctions, or else China gets its share of the South Pars gas field.
How Do You Mine an Asteroid?
It's one thing for a business plan to aim for the stars, but it's another thing entirely for a country to pin their dreams on reaching asteroids.
China, Russia May Take Over Arctic With Polar Silk Road
China has for the first time revealed its Arctic Policy. Will it follow Russia in bringing military power to the resource-rich region?
Duterte Could Work With Beijing in South China Sea
Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Japan, and China all claim parts of the South China Sea.
First Ever Asteroid Mining Mission to Launch by 2020
Deep Space Industries is preparing a mission to harvest space resources before the end of the decade.
U.K. Must Address Humanitarian Tragedy in Iraq Today
The U.K. must dedicate as much to humanitarian efforts in Iraq as it did to waging war.
Saudi Arabia and Russia Agree to Oil Production Freeze
Saudi oil minister says that the decision was taken as "we want a stable oil price."
Climate Change Will Cause the World's Next Migration Crisis
Frank Biermann argues that the world is ill-prepared to deal with 50 million climate refugees in the next decade.
Lack of Resources Could Create 50 Million Climate Migrants in Decade, Says Report
The loss of natural resources costs up to $10.6 trillion per year.
New Treaty Allows China to Sue Canada to Change its Laws
Controversial treaty ratified ahead of Canadian Prime Minister's China visit