Our minds handle risk strangely – and that’s partly why we delayed climate action so long

Autumn has finally arrived in the UK following an unusually sunny September. The days are growing shorter, the temperature cooler, and the leaves are changing colour.

Climate change has emerged as one of the most pressing challenges of our time, bringing with it a cascade of consequences, including extreme weather events that wreak havoc on communities and...

Forests vs. farmland: what the world would look like if we allocated all our land in the optimal way

The Green Revolution is a warning, not a blueprint for feeding a hungry planet

When you hear the word "Antarctica," what comes to mind? A colossal expanse of ice and snow, perhaps a region that could easily fit the United States and Mexico within its borders.

Have you ever wondered where all the stuff we buy comes from and where it goes when we're done with it? We live in a world where buying and throwing away is what we do. It was once different.

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