University of Arizona astronomers have identified five examples of a new class of stellar system.
Planting forests is one way to mitigate climate change.
A long-term, increasingly warming pool of water in the northeast Pacific was recently discovered by a team of researchers from Universität Hamburg’s Cluster of Excellence CLICCS.
The first time Jackie Sawicky learned that a Bitcoin mining operation was coming to Corsicana, a rural Texas city 60 miles south of Dallas, was on April 27, when she happened upon a Facebook video of a meeting at the local public library.
Mangrove forests store huge amounts of carbon but figuring out how much is stored globally is challenging.
As natural areas become increasingly fragmented, the potential for humans and wildlife to interact is growing.
Agricultural pollution comes from the prairie, but its economic impact on humans is a problem for cities.
An international team led by UBC researchers will study five case studies across five continents to model a range of solutions to an urgent question: how can we feed everyone on Earth, and those to come, sustainably?
Throughout the middle of the 20th century, phosphorus inputs from detergents and fertilizers degraded the water quality of Switzerland’s Lake Geneva, spurring officials to take action to remediate pollution in the 1970s.
Science reporting on climate change does lead Americans to adopt more accurate beliefs and support government action on the issue – but these gains are fragile, a new study suggests.
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