Warmer weather will put Texas strawberries ahead of schedule this year, according to a Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service expert.
With the recent fracking boom causing low gas prices, fossil fuel companies are seeking other ways to bolster their profits — by making more plastic.
Ice caps and glaciers felt the heat as temperatures reached 18.3°C (64.9°F).
Scientists explore how scientific knowledge can become more useful for societies
Greenhouse gases released by melting permafrost may not reach the atmosphere, researchers find.
By measuring iron isotopes, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have shown that our planet originally formed much faster than previously thought.
Researchers find soil enrichment due to mixing and resuspension of nutrient-rich sediment caused by hurricanes.
Environmental economist Katherine Zipp studies how floodplain damages affect long-term housing development in high flood-risk areas.
A world without phosphorous is a world without life. But phosphorous is a finite resource, so researchers are recovering it from sewage.
In a heavily polluted environment, does it make more sense for a company to keep polluting or start cleaning up its act?
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