Climate change has more negative outcomes than we think, argues Natalie Stevenson, explaining how it affects human health.
Euan Sarson explains the interest surrounding MOFs outlining their unparalleled tunability and use beyond the regular chemical applications.
Geoengineering techniques like solar radiation management and carbon dioxide removal are not without risks – but, done safely, the latter may be essential, argues Simon Driscoll.
Bella Cooper-Brown reviews a recent talk by researcher of nuclear energy systems Eugene Shwageraus, dispelling myths about nuclear energy.
Jessye Phillips argues we shouldn’t give in to simplistic views of genetic engineering – it has great potential to tackle climate change.
Cauis Gibeily reports on a new framework aimed at defending deep reef ecosystems, and how it fits in with the resolutions agreed at COP15.
Aneshka Moudry reports on new research finding that Antarctica is polluted with microplastics, and unpicks what this means for the continent.