Our assistant editor talks to the PhD students on a mission to crack low carbon cement.
In the second article in our CCS series, Bertie Harrison-Broninski explains why CCS has a different status to other saviour tech: its place in climate modelling.
Lauren Sneade takes a look inside Rio’s City Hall at the team tackling the climate crisis in a city where development is as crucial as climate action.
In the first in a new series of long reads explaining CCS, Bertie Harrison-Broninski digs into how the tech works, whether we’re on track with deployment, and what we can learn from CCS’s track record.
Polluted with waste and chemicals, and threatened by sprawling urbanisation, our rivers are dying. Some countries are giving them legal personhood for protection – will it work?
The Design Museum in London’s ‘Waste Age’ exhibition shows that we cannot afford to wait to transition towards a circular economy, says Lauren Sneade.
Roman Vakulchuk of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs discusses his research into untapped minerals in Central Asia that could be used for the global clean energy transition.
There are a lot of issues with the net zero framework – Holly Jean Buck’s new book could go further in imagining alternatives, says Bertie Harrison-Broninski.
Reading ‘Science Fictions’ by Stuart Richie, our Assistant Editor Lauren Sneade delves into what happens when academia and the media promote problematic research.
Our assistant editor reviews Mark Bould’s new book, ‘The Anthropocene Unconscious’, and questions whether we will be able to solve the climate crisis in time, and with time.