As the first week of COP23 wraps up, Human Nature revisits interviews with three luminaries who are tackling the most pressing climate change issues of today.
With its vast expanse of ocean, the Pacific island nation of Kiribati is experiencing the future of our oceans now.
Human Nature’s most-read stories of 2016, from underwater mountains to cave giants.
Satellite and ship-tracking technology bring good news for a California-sized swath of ocean.
Low-lying island nations announce an ambitious effort in response to a changing climate.
At current rates, sea-level rise will either submerge or make unlivable a host of islands within a century, maybe sooner — presenting a humanitarian crisis for vulnerable populations.
If we fail to conserve World Heritage Sites, how can there be any hope that we can save the rest of our natural world?
Connecting the dots between nature and people in recent news stories.
CI’s Greg Stone gives a firsthand account of storm damage in the island nation — and explains why it’s a harbinger of things to come.
Kiribati’s newest announcement aims to regenerate a vital ocean area the size of California.