Climate change is leaving its mark on the bog complexes of the German Black Forest.
For apple growers in Massachusetts and across the country, thinning the crop each year is a labor-intensive practice that must be done to ensure that trees bear fruit each year.
The U.S. seafood industry is a powerful economic driver. Nationally, it supported 1.2 million jobs and added $69.2 billion to the gross domestic product in 2017.
Carbon dioxide and methane are the biggest drivers of global warming related to human activities.
The blaze grew 140,000 acres in 24 hours to become the second largest fire in Colorado history.
Developing more precise seasonal forecasts to improve food supply for a total of 365 million people in eleven countries in East Africa, this is the goal of the new CONFER project funded by the EU.
New management approaches and technology have allowed the U.S. Corn Belt to increase yields despite some changes in climate.
High land-use intensity reduces the beneficial effects of biodiversity on ecosystem services.
The clouds of smoke and raining ash are over, but for some common evergreen plants the damage has been done. Don’t worry, it’s most likely temporary.
Many countries struggle with food shipments being damaged or destroyed by invasive insects and plant disease.
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