Climate heavyweights: We need nature

We need nature to fight climate change, our climate expert argues.

5 ways you can help fight climate change

Conservation International’s climate lead shares 5 ways youth can help stop climate change.

As emissions rise, UN climate talks take on greater urgency

Shyla Raghav, CI’s climate change lead, discusses the importance of the UN climate talks in the face of a new report.

We can limit global warming to 1.5 degrees — with nature’s help

Conservation International’s climate change lead says despite the findings of the IPCC report, there is reason for hope.

For climate expert, California summit will be momentous homecoming

Conservation International’s Climate Change Lead Shyla Raghav discusses California’s climate goals and the Global Climate Action Summit.

Why you should be watching California in September

At the Global Climate Action Summit in California, non-state actors will work to make the commitments necessary to avert the worst effects of climate change.

On anniversary of Trump’s Paris withdrawal, 3 reasons for hope

President Donald Trump’s decision has spurred much more climate action than what would have been activated by the Paris Agreement alone.

Want to fight climate change? Read these 3 books first

Climate change can seem like an impossibly large problem — what can any one of us do? Three recent books can help point the way.

Climate’s new leaders: 6 reasons for hope

With President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, a new group of leaders is leading the world forward on climate action.

5 questions you’ve wanted to ask about the Paris Agreement

With the Paris Agreement back in the news, Human Nature offers five things to know about the historic international accord.

In Morocco, world’s nations reaffirm commitment to climate change action

The world’s nations have come together to begin the urgent task of making last year’s Paris climate agreement a reality.

What Happened in Lima: Are We on Track for a Global Climate Change Agreement by 2015?

CI’s Shyla Raghav weighs in on progress — and lack thereof — at the U.N. climate talks.