EGC researcher Kevin Donovan and coauthor find that building footbridges positively affects rural economies in flood-prone areas.
A new international study by the ICTA-UAB and the McGill University (Canada) maps resistance movements’ associated with green energy and fossil fuel projects.
The United States’ seafood industry declined precipitously in the months following the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, and research shows that targeted federal assistance will be necessary to bring it back.
A new study reveals the damage that a nuclear war might take on wild-caught seafood around the world, from salmon and tuna to the shrimp in shrimp cocktails.
Dust storms are relatively common in places like the Sahara Desert, but they also happen at high latitudes in places such as Alaska.
Insights on the enormous impact seasons have in agricultural economies could help inform new development strategies.
Years of exporting plastic waste abroad masked actual U.S. contribution to plastic pollution crisis.
Fracking operations at a site in Blackpool, UK, have caused an unintended release of methane gas into the atmosphere to the equivalent environmental cost of 142 trans-Atlantic flights according to new research.
Space technologies and satellite applications are poised to power green economic development in Europe in the coming years, creating jobs and boosting prosperity.
New management approaches and technology have allowed the U.S. Corn Belt to increase yields despite some changes in climate.
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