Agricultural industries are destroying a forest housing 3 million species and storing away three years worth of global carbon emissions.
Even the tiniest change in climate can eliminate many of the world's current coffee growing regions and put farmers in a bind.
Natural rubber is widely considered more climate-friendly and a better product than synthetic rubber, but it still presents some issues.
The cocoa oligopoly is driving West African farmers into deep poverty, leading to deforestation and child labor. But there is a path forward.
Eastern Hemlock trees, which store more carbon than many other species, are being attacked by invasive insects. Why does this matter?
A breakdown of how climate change affects maple syrup production, what that could mean for the economy, and how we can help.
Between upfront costs, regulatory hurdles, overlooked synergies, and social inequalities, greenspaces have yet to reach their full potential.
Carbon capture and storage is far from perfect, but if used right, it may be able to play an important role in combatting climate change.
These special coastal trees provide fish nurseries, a buffer from storms, and a carbon sink that stores away 10% of current global emissions.
The spotted lanternfly from Asia invaded the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, threatening many plants and crops. How is the public being informed?