A new study published in Nature provides evidence that combining solar and wind energy is now sufficient to supply most of the world’s energy needs.
During the Dust Bowl years, scientists learned valuable lessons that continue to influence U.S. agricultural practices.
Take a look around and you’ll see eco refugees of all species.
Sharks rarely bite people, so why are so many people afraid of them? It has a lot to do with the media, says shark scientist David Shiffman in a new book.
How are reptiles faring these days in the face of climate change and other environmental threats?
The rogue waves splashing over into the wedding will keep coming.
Many advocates have been critical of the pace of progress that New York has made in tackling the increasing urgency of the climate crisis.
A state chapter of environmentalist Bill McKibben’s Third Act marches on big banks to shut off funding for the Mountain Valley Pipeline and other fossil fuel infrastructure. One rally participant realized, “Oh my gosh, it’s my turn.”
Carbon storage capacity iMapping Carbon Reserves To Fight Climate Changen forests across the globe is only at 88 per cent of its potential.
Producing algae with this technology is approximately fourfold more energy efficient than growing it photosynthetically.
An alignment between illegal resource extraction and drug trafficking in the Amazon places people protecting resources at increasing risk, according to the association.
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These potential losses may be coupled with other drivers of change, such as overfishing or soil erosion, which have already caused declining productivity, the study adds.
Fishers in the Amazon Basin are catching smaller species of fish than before, indicating overexploitation of the region’s aquatic biodiversity, a new study says.
A grassroots movement to revive native varieties of food crops is gaining support in Nepal with the establishment of seed banks across the country.
The earth is always steady-state.