One of the most popular strategies to increase energy efficiency and reduce pollution in homes — which are responsible for approximately 10 percent of greenhouse gas emissions — is the transitioning from gas to electric stoves.
Controversial ‘forever chemicals’ could be phased out in Australia under new restrictions. Here’s what you need to know.
As Canadian wildfire smoke continues to impact large swaths of the United States, resulting in poor air quality and negative health outcomes for millions of Americans, more people than ever are feeling the effects of longer fire seasons and a changing climate.
Promising new research suggests a total of just 4.5 minutes of vigorous activity that makes you huff and puff during daily tasks could reduce the risk of some cancers by up to 32 percent.
Nature-based solutions (NBS) can help grand challenges, such as climate change and food security, but, as things stand, communities outside of Europe do not stand to benefit from these innovations.
A new handheld device can print biocompatible structures in situ, with the potential to revolutionize how physicians treat damaged tissue and organs.
An unprecedented streak of extreme temperatures scorched the southwestern U.S. in July 2023.
A team of researchers have been awarded funding to investigate the impact of short spells of exposure to high temperatures during early pregnancy on the long-term health of the child.
A tiny robot which can travel deep into the lungs to detect and treat the first signs of cancer has been developed by researchers at the University of Leeds.
El Nino conditions brewing in the Pacific Ocean could exacerbate the return of extremely hot temperatures in regional Australia, but Flinders University experts have developed a drought resilience toolkit with strategies that can assist regional communities and farmers ahead of time.
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