Climate Solutions

The people and organizations tackling our biggest environmental challenges

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New Zealand – dubbed the Saudi Arabia of milk for its dominant role in global dairy trade – wants its farmers to pay a world-first levy on agricultural emissions by 2025 to help reduce agriculture's climate footprint.
Executive editor Sally Buzbee on The Post's Climate Solutions coverage.
Virtuous proclamations and campaigns from clothing brands can often amount to greenwashing, or in some cases, “clearwashing,” where the information doesn’t tell consumers much.
You can make your home more energy-efficient this year with the federal government picking up at least some of the tab on everything from stoves to EVs.
A new study of coffee consumption found that using pods can produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions than brewing traditional filter coffee.
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Once pushed to the brink of extinction, condors are soaring in Northern California skies again with the help of an Indigenous tribe and a team of scientists.
From snow sports to watercraft, battery-powered recreation could save millions of gallons of gasoline — and cut back on noise, fumes and pollution.
10 questions to test your knowledge on global warming.
The threat of wildfires is growing because of climate change. These are the steps you can take to prepare.
Climate VisionariesBrilliant people around the world who are working to find climate solutions.
Scientists say strides in shrinking the “ozone hole” offer a path forward on global warming.
A new partnership between a bioplastic entrepreneur and an Icelandic manufacturer is part of a network in Iceland focusing on inventive and creative technologies to address the climate crisis.
How well do EVs work in the cold? Some work better than others -- especially if they have a heat pump.
How much of your donated clothing finds a new home or helps someone in need? Far less than you probably might think, experts say.
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Close to 200 nations pledged to protect nearly a third of Earth’s land and oceans as a refuge for the planet’s remaining wild plants and animals by 2030.
The move is meant to protect an apex predator that keeps ocean ecosystems intact. But U.S. fishers say the ban will do nothing to curb overfishing overseas.
The E.U. tariff would place more pressure on Beijing to limit its emissions by raising the cost of China's most polluting exports.
Should you buy a real Christmas tree or an artificial one? Some experts say a real tree is a more sustainable choice for the environment.