To sustain life on earth as we know it, we must prevent average global temperatures from rising more than 2°C and keep atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) below 450 parts per million. Failure to achieve these goals increases the risk of irreversible loss of biodiversity, economic...

Environment
2014

The Arctic, an open wilderness of glaciers, tundra and sea ice, covers much of the earth’s northern pole. An area of pristine beauty, its unique ecosystem teems with wildlife – foxes, polar bears, caribou, walruses, seals, whales and fish colonies, as well as large populations of migratory birds...

Environment
2014

Geographically, historically and culturally, you might think that Brazil, China and India have very little in common. However, while these countries may be worlds apart on many levels, all three have been developing at exponential rates and are facing similar challenges. Enormous cities such as...

Environment
2015