Chestnut trees provide a key insight into how people can prepare for the storms that are growing increasingly destructive as a result of climate change.
How do our societies change in the face of apocalypse, and what can we do to ensure our survival?
In today’s accelerating and overheating world, the gap between the people affected by change in local environments and the people in charge is growing ever wider.
In Costa Rica—and increasingly in other countries—sustainable agriculture is taking on new meaning and value due to climate change.
Centuries of hardship from volcanic eruptions transformed ancient communities in the Ecuadorian Andes region into a complex, artistic, and warlike civilization.
Scientists are taking an unusual approach to studying how Native Alaskans lived and hunted thousands of years ago—and how they may have adapted to climate change.