Artificial methods of growing lettuce produce twice the amount of the crop as traditional field-based methods, according to a new study from the University of Surrey.
Ambient fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is the world’s leading environmental health risk factor.
MIT researchers work to transform truck powertrain design, with support from the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium.
As the climate and wildfire crises have intensified, so too have concerns regarding the loss of carbon captured and stored in forests from decades to centuries of tree growth.
Antarctica’s vast ice masses seem far away, yet they store enough water to raise global sea levels by several meters.
Oregon State University research has uncovered a possible clue as to why glaciers that terminate at the sea are retreating at unprecedented rates: the bursting of tiny, pressurized bubbles in underwater ice.
In recent years, the escalating impact of global warming has prompted efforts to reverse troubling trends, often by planting trees to capture and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it.
Like most people during the pandemic, Alex Kolker found himself with extra time on his hands.
Real-time shifts in marine ecosystems and species demand “climate-ready” fisheries.
Marine heatwaves aren’t just on the surface. They can be at their most destructive when they sweep along the seafloor.
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