Scientists explore how scientific knowledge can become more useful for societies
Environmental economist Katherine Zipp studies how floodplain damages affect long-term housing development in high flood-risk areas.
In a heavily polluted environment, does it make more sense for a company to keep polluting or start cleaning up its act?
A paper released today by the journal Nature Food presents a new global food system approach to climate-change research that brings together agricultural production, supply chains and consumption.
Four factors to consider in the race to solve the climate crisis, including how to scale up a tool called negative emissions and why the oceans can only help so much.
Many of the plastic containers labeled as recyclable in the United States may not actually be recyclable, according to a new report from Greenpeace.
Research team develops a new way to map both vegetation and types of legal authority governing the landscape to help create more wildlife movement corridors.
The environment has rocketed up to either number one or two on the list of worries for about half of Australian voters, according to a new poll from The Australian National University (ANU).
Rural and urban Americans are divided in their views on the environment, but common ground does exist, says a new report led by Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.
UC Davis examines health and safety awareness around mounting threat.
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