Made worse by leaky pipes, European water shortages could become a bigger problem that requires short showers.
When we look at the world’s carbon taxes, as economists we can think of Arthur Pigou and correcting market failure.
With COP27 having begun in Egypt, it could be helpful to be aware of these six facts about global air quality.
The conservation or development tradeoff for flamingos and bears shows us the complexities of environmental decisions.
We wind up with a plastics plight because the many wonderful attributes of plastic make it tough to avoid and tough to discard.
Looking at some of the key ideas from the World Energy Outlook 2021, we can see why decarbonization-policy is a huge challenge.
Looking at the financial side of climate change, we can use a KMPG report card to see if the world’s largest corporations have high grades.
Located in the middle of Alaska’s subarctic tundra, Bethel, Alaska has garbage problems because there is no easy way to ship its waste.