Hurricane-force winds whipped fires across drought-parched grasslands and into suburban neighborhoods.
A new Texas A&M AgriLife study shows the annual crop can sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Using wastewater to produce biomass has some drawbacks, namely, ‘what you get is messy’
Homeowners know that the type of windows in a house contribute greatly to heating and cooling efficiency.
A new study casts doubt on drought as the driver of ancient Mayan civilization collapse.
The James Webb Space Telescope team has fully deployed the spacecraft’s 70-foot sunshield, a key milestone in preparing it for science operations.
Dairy farmers in the Northeast — facing a warming climate that exacerbates nutrient pollution but lengthens the growing season — can reduce the environmental impact of their operations and maximize revenues by double cropping and injecting manure into the soil, rather than broadcasting it.
About a third of the world’s food supply never gets eaten.
Tom Jeffries and Tom Kelleher met at Rutgers University in the 1970s while studying industrially useful microbes.
The frequency of thunderstorms in some fast-growing African coastal cities has doubled over the past 30 years, with much of this increase linked to the impact of deforestation on the local climate, a study has found.
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