From wind turbine technicians and forest fire inspectors to urban farmers and new plastics engineers, these positions represent just some of the employment opportunities available as we transition to a cleaner economy.

Our voracious demand for chocolate is helping fuel the climate crisis and keeping farmers in poverty — but as consumers, we can drive positive change.

From extreme heat to floods, climate change is hitting poor communities the hardest. As we strive to address carbon emissions, we need to address these inequities too.

Consider them as a wake-up call: These satellite images, selected by artist Benjamin Grant, demonstrate how we are literally changing the face of the Earth.

If you want to cut your carbon emissions, you don’t necessarily need to cut out meat altogether. Making a few changes to your diet can have significant benefits for the environment and for your health.

Fishing cats live deep in Asia’s mangrove forests, one of our earth’s most important ecosystems. Conservationist and entrepreneur Ashwin Naidu of the Fishing Cat Conservancy is working hard to protect them both.

Which is the bigger threat to wildlife: Radioactivity or humans? Wildlife ecologist Jim Beasley has gone into the contaminated zones around Chernobyl and Fukushima to learn the answer, and his findings are both sobering and inspiring.