The way trees grow together do not resemble how branches grow on a single tree, scientists have discovered.
Early in 2023, a series of storms dumped record-breaking amounts of rain and snow across California.
On a cliffside at Mesa Verde National Park in southern Colorado, a fuzzy bee was industriously gnawing at the red sandstone.
While sustainability reporting is a widespread practice in the private sector, new research shows that the same cannot be said for Ontario municipalities.
It’s time to recognize the power of healthy forests in managing global growing flood risk, and to shift towards more sustainable forestry practices and policy.
Increased interbreeding due to loss of tidal marsh habitat caused saltwater-adapted Savannah sparrows to lose their genetic distinctiveness.
Color mixing is the process of combining two or more colors: red and green make yellow, blue and red make purple, red and green and blue make white.
Over the last two decades an estimated three billion people have been affected by water-related natural disasters such as droughts and floods.
The hurrying pace of societal electrification is encouraging from a climate perspective.
Humans make use of tens of thousands of different kinds of plants, many rare and endangered.
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