There’s plenty of information available about climate change. The question is whether it's understandable.
Previous “world-avoided” experiments have shown that, without the Montreal Protocol, ozone levels would be depleted globally by the mid-twentieth century.
International report confirms 2020 was among three warmest years on record
The San Nicolas Island fox, a subspecies of the Channel Island Fox only found on the most remote of California’s eight Channel Islands, is at a low risk of extinction, new research published last week in Ecosphere shows.
Monitoring how much water is available to grow our groceries has never been more vital.
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have created a balance sheet for water across the United States – tracking total water storage in 14 of the country’s major aquifers over 15 years.
Without the global CFC ban we would already be facing the reality of a ‘scorched earth’, according to researchers measuring the impact of the Montreal Protocol.
Study finds that Indigenous Territories are as effective as Protected Areas in preserving forest's carbon stocks
Disappearing habitats and use of pesticides are driving the loss of pollinator species around the world, posing a threat to “ecosystem services” that provide food and wellbeing to many millions – particularly in the Global South – as well as billions of dollars in crop productivity.
Study finds low-rise, high-density urban environments are optimal for reducing GHG emissions.
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