Highest-living plant discovered more than 6km above sea level in the Himalayas

Hardy little things too.

Paris, Madrid, Athens, Mexico City to ban all diesels by 2025, mayors announce

Maybe VW shouldn’t have cheated on their emissions tests.

British researchers on the hunt for world’s oldest ice

As the Antarctic spring comes to an end and the “summer” enters into force, a team of geoscientists is seeking 1.5-million-year ice.

In times of turmoil, academics stand up, develop code of conduct and reaffirm fight against racism, misogyny and climate change denial

In times of political turmoil, academics are often the first to react.

People use more bikes than cars now to enter Copenhagen’s city center

Copenhagen seems to be the capital of cycling in the world.

China is building a huge solar plant at Chernobyl

When one door closes, another one opens.

New high-tech shelter reminds us that Chernobyl is still deadly, thirty years after the meltdown

The new one is much better than the last one though.

Michigan’s biggest energy provider will phase out coal, despite Trump

The coal industry seems to be singing its swan song, despite political efforts to save it.

World’s poorest countries pledge to 100% renewable energy

They’re leapfrogging developed countries.

We should prepare for bad surprises in the Arctic climate, new report finds

Unless we start reducing fossil fuel consumption drastically and fast, irreversible changes will happen in the Arctic and that will affect all of us.