Reports and publications

  • Press Kit - Culebra, Puerto Rico

    Type: Fact Sheet

    Date: May 31, 2022

    Building a Resilient Puerto Rico

  • Solutions Spring 2022: Feeding a hungry world

    Type: Solutions newsletter

    Date: May 3, 2022

    Our oceans face increasing threats. EDF is helping fishers fight climate change and preserve vital food supplies for billions.

  • An all-inclusive way to look at energy transition in New Jersey

    Type: Column/Article

    Date: April 11, 2022

    A new study proposed by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is infected with methodological flaws and faulty assumptions that would put it out of step with the state’s energy and climate policy.

  • Blue carbon blog

    Type: Link

    Date: April 6, 2022

    As we embark this year on the United Nations Ocean Decade, you may be hearing quite a bit about blue carbon. But what is it, and why is it so important for the future of our planet?

  • EDF at NACW 2022

    Type: Fact Sheet

    Date: April 5, 2022

    EDF experts at North American American Carbon World 2022

  • Blue carbon website

    Type: Link

    Date: April 5, 2022

    EDF guide to blue carbon, the carbon stored in ocean waters and the sediments and plants of coastal habitats.

  • Seaweeds to the rescue, redux

    Type: Link

    Date: April 5, 2022

    Recently, there has been a great deal of interest and even excitement about how seaweed might be able to help save us from climate change.

  • Seaweed to heal the planet

    Type: Link

    Date: April 5, 2022

    Seaweed forests and algal beds cover about 3.5 million square km of our planet — only about 1% of the ocean’s surface — but these amazing ecosystems generate benefits to people and nature far out of proportion to their size.

  • Blue Carbon: a diamond in the rough

    Type: Link

    Date: April 5, 2022

    As the biosphere continues to warm and the ocean acidifies, solving the global carbon problem becomes more critical each day. Keeping temperatures to survivable levels requires reducing emissions while at the same time working aggressively to absorb as much carbon dioxide as possible, using approaches that can nurture natural ecosystems and help vulnerable human communities flourish.

  • When it comes to slowing the warming of our planet, there is no substitute for immediate, dramatic reductions in anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions.