Scientists warn that we have approximately 30 years to eliminate our dependence on fossil fuels to avoid irreparable damage to our climate and the intensifying health impacts caused by climate breakdown.
Rising CO2 causes more than a climate crisis—it may directly harm our ability to think.
NASA's long-term, global view of Earth from space includes data on sunlight, wind, temperature and precipitation, all key elements in understanding how our planet works.
During heat waves, people tend to crank up their home’s air conditioning not only because it got hotter outside, but also because it feels too humid.
Australia’s love of sport means it has one of the highest rates of knee anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and reconstruction in the world.
Every day for the past few weeks, charts and graphs plotting the projected apex of Covid-19 infections have been splashed across newspapers and cable news.
The small, isolated island in the South Pacific Ocean has been named the first “dark-sky nation.”
A Texas A&M health and kinesiology professor explains why it's important for kids to stay active while learning from home.
Social, economic and cultural responses to climate change by ancient peoples highlight vulnerabilities of modern societies and the need for sustainable new solutions
Research led by scientists at the University of Southampton has found settlers arrived in East Polynesia around 200 years earlier than previously thought.
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