Human Nature shares three stories from the past week that you should know about.
Scientists say if Earth’s temperature were to warm any more than 1.5°C, we would experience devastating losses.
At the Global Climate Action Summit in California, non-state actors will work to make the commitments necessary to avert the worst effects of climate change.
A recently published paper has added to a body of evidence showing that indigenous peoples can be powerful allies for protecting nature.
Mangroves could well be our last line of defense against climate change. But they’re under threat.
Bird-catching paints a picture of the migratory habits of birds — information that could help scientists identify critical trends in climate change.
Hawaiʻi Governor David Ige will sign a bill to prohibit the sale of sunscreens containing chemicals that contribute to the destruction of coral reefs.
On International Day for the Conservation of Tropical Forests, Human Nature explores three issues and potential solutions.
A new study shows that using nature to adapt to intense storms and drought can be affective for thriving in a changing climate.
U.S. President Donald Trump will leave the G7 summit early — missing the meeting on climate change.