Mongolia’s ‘Eternal Ice’ Is Melting, Revealing Ancient Artifacts
People who rely on Mongolia’s icy oases for their livelihoods and heritage “don’t have the luxury of climate denial.”
Irish Communities Are Reclaiming One of the World's Dirtiest Fuels
The harvesting of peat has created jobs and heated homes across Ireland for centuries, but local environmentalists say it’s time to start treating the land differently.
Spotting Wildfires Is Slow, Manual Work. AI Could Change That
California is looking to new, automated tools to help track and fight raging wildfires faster.
This Simple Law Makes Spain the Leader in Organ Donation
Spain implemented a game-changer to its organ donation system—why aren't all countries doing this?
Britain’s First Nuclear Power Plant in 20 Years Is Delayed and Over Budget
The setback is a blow to the European nuclear power industry.
It’s Been So Windy in Europe That Electricity Prices Have Turned Negative
But we can't always rely on bad weather.
The Cost of Solar Power in India Just Keeps Falling
It's now much cheaper than coal.
Great Britain Is Leaving the Coal Age—For a Whole Day
The UK is ready to hit 24 hours without coal power.