Half of the Earth’s land surface not covered with ice remains relatively wild – but many of these “low human-impact” areas are broken into small, isolated pieces, threatening their future.
The ongoing transition from coal to natural gas and renewables in the U.S. electricity sector is dramatically reducing the industry’s water use, a new Duke University study finds.
Study data gives archeologists more perspective on the day-to-day lives of Native Americans.
A new study led by Yale University confirms a long-held theory about the last great mass extinction event in history and how it affected Earth’s oceans.
KIT and partners develop a new system for a more precise prognosis of the climate in the next ten years.
By hoarding water underground, vegetation will help saturate soil, boosting rain runoff.
Northern peatlands may hold twice as much carbon as scientists previously suspected, according to a study published today in Nature Geoscience.
Researchers led by the University of Leeds examined 31 peatlands across Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia and continental Europe to assess changes in peatland surface wetness during the last 2,000 years.
An international group of scientists has shown that fossil fuel corporations have, for decades, denied the public's right to be accurately informed about climate change by funding efforts to deceive people about the dangers of their product.
An innovative new study to develop microbial organisms to digest plastic waste has been made possible following a £1.5 million award from the ERA - Cobiotech programme of the European Union.
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