Gen Z's climate anxiety is real and needs action, says study

New Curtin University research has shown Australian young people have major concerns about climate change, which is having a significant impact on their lives and could have broader consequences decades into the future.

Measurement uncertainty may stall global biodiversity targets

More than ever before, there is a growing interest in dedicating resources to stop the loss of biodiversity, as recently exemplified by the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) decided at COP15 in December ...

Why the UK needs connected strategies for net zero and leveling up

The Government's Net Zero Strategy (2022) calls for more attention to community-based action to meet ambitious targets. Similarly, the recently published report of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for "left behind" neighborhoods, ...

How leaders respond when confronted with mortality

Recent research has found that when confronted with the idea of death during the COVID-19 pandemic, some leaders chose to take shortcuts for personal gain, while others stepped up with a selfless and caring attitude.

A new perspective on the temperature inside tropical forests

Tropical forests host up to half of the planet's biodiversity but up to now, ecological studies over tropical forests often relied on large scale datasets depicting open-air temperatures—that is, the temperature outside ...

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