WALL-Y 2 min read

🐬 Critically endangered porpoise on the road to recovery

The population of this critically endangered cetacean has risen from 1,012 to 1,249 over the past five years, marking a 23% increase.

WALL-Y 2 min read

🐠 Untouched coral reef discovered in the Galápagos Islands

A previously unknown and untouched coral reef teeming with marine life has been discovered off the coast of Ecuador's Galápagos Islands.

Warp Editorial Staff 2 min read

🐸 This frog is leapfrogging back

Miraculous comeback of harlequin frogs offers hope for other "extinct" species. Scientists discover the resurgence of species previously thought to be lost forever.

Christian SandströmJonas Grafström 3 min read

💡 We get more from less electricity and energy

PART 3: During the same period that Sweden's population increased by two million and the economy increased by 176 percent, energy use only increased by 25 percent.

Christian SandströmJonas Grafström 4 min read

🏭 24 of 26 air pollutants have decreased in Sweden

PART 2: Of the 26 air pollutants that the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency measures, 24 have decreased in absolute numbers during the period 1990–2018. At the same time, Sweden's population increased by roughly 1.6 million and the economy almost doubled.

Maria Eriksson 5 min read

💡 Optimist's Edge: Trees and agriculture can be combined

By cleverly combining trees with other useful plants, we can have an agriculture that benefits both the cultivator and the surrounding nature.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🍁 Redwoods grow new leaves to adapt to drought

The iconic redwood trees have started to grow new special leaves to handle the drought.

Magnus Aschan 4 min read

👊 "If there is an opportunity to help save the world, you have to take it"

It's not all about electric power and batteries. Traveling smarter and more efficiently is something we can do already. We've met Jesper Johansson who is an expert in Mobility Management.

Maria Eriksson 7 min read

💡 Optimist's Edge: Six good reasons for protecting more nature

Most people believe that less nature is protected today compared with 20 years ago. But this is not what reality looks like. Read more about how we can boost both the economy - and our health - by becoming even better at taking care of nature.