A team of conservationists have rediscovered a species of golden mole that hasn’t been seen in almost 90 years.
As the world struggles to renounce its burning of fossil fuels, scientists are studying whether atmospheric geoengineering could help limit warming and avert climate catastrophe.
Controversial technologies intended to offset the effects of atmospheric carbon should banned until properly assessed, a group of politicians and scientists have warned, even as they urged developed nations to lead in cutting CO2 emissions.
Geoengineering is often presented as a last-resort technological fix to the climate crisis that can still swoop in and save the day.
But new models suggest that such risky measures, like dimming the Sun, are not enough to save Antarctica now.