Food is a basic necessity, and it is at the heart of every human culture and our sense of home. It also represents one of our most important connections to Earth.
Skies turned hazy from Pittsburgh to Washington to Boston, as smoke from fires in Canada poured into the U.S. Northeast.
The EU funded project DAFNE has developed a methodology for avoiding conflicts of use in transboundary rivers.
The finding comes out of an effort to map where vegetation is emitting and soaking up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
UChicago-led research could yield increased food production, boost drought tolerance
Wildfire activity amid extreme heat and drought has resulted in smoke blanketing much of the United States and Canada.
By uprooting carbon trapped in soil, wild pigs are releasing around 4.9 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide annually across the globe, the equivalent of 1.1 million cars.
The study area, which represents about 20 percent of the Amazon basin, has lost 30 percent of its rainforest
U.S. corn and soybean varieties have become increasingly heat and drought resistant as agricultural production adapts to a changing climate.
Burnout. It is a syndrome that is said to afflict humans who feel chronic stress.
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