Unlike big land predators, the ocean’s top predators don’t avoid urban areas
A new Imperial analysis has found that biogas and biomethane, while more climate friendly, leak up to twice as much methane as previously thought.
Juvenile sea turtles returned to the wild after study to reduce bycatch.
Researchers conducted land use change experiments in both New Hampshire and New York.
An instrument on the space station documented how built and natural surfaces responded to record heat in Las Vegas.
Encouraging adoption of EVs is seen by many governments as a key pillar of efforts to build a carbon-neutral economy, reduce urban pollution and roll back the impact of climate change
It’s no surprise that warming temperatures across the earth are having a slow, yet profound impact on the forests of the world.
Wind technology is growing—literally.
Oil slicks are microscopically thin layers of oil on the surface of the ocean.
Cheatgrass, an invasive annual grass that has invaded Nevada rangelands, is responsible for much of the increasing wildfire danger in the Intermountain West.
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