Solving the world’s climate problems will require many kinds of brain power. UC Irvine School of Humanities, CC BY-ND Steven
A bumblebee sips nectar from a clover. Victoria MacPhail, Author provided Sheila R. Colla, York University, Canada and Rachel Nalepa,
It’s been four decades since the first credible, global report on the effect of carbon dioxide on the global climate.
Ruth McKie, De Montfort University While much of the world now recognises the need for immediate action, there are still
Turning over a new leaf. Juliann/Shutterstock Denise Baden, University of Southampton Tackling climate change will require huge changes in society.
Imagine this with a sound track – sunset near Turtle Rock, Joshua Tree National Park. NPS / Hannah Schwalbe Garth
Purse seiner fishing in the Indian Ocean. Footprint estimates do not assess how sustainably resources such as fisheries are managed.
www.shutterstock.com Rick Stafford, Bournemouth University Our oceans are threatened by three major challenges: climate change, overfishing and pollution. Plastic pollution
Is forgetting your bags really such an inconvenience? AAP Image/Peter Rae Anne Lane, Queensland University of Technology The debacle over