Economists find commuting is the only driving category to remain diminished.
Satellites can spot some blooms earlier, resulting in significant savings on health care, lost work hours, and other economic costs.
A Texas A&M atmospheric scientist says routine flaring is wasteful, polluting and undermeasured.
Researchers analyzed the interconnected food, water and energy challenges that arise from the sugar industry in India – the second-largest producer of sugar worldwide – and how the political economy drives those challenges.
NOAA Fisheries releases two new updates on U.S. fisheries and industry.
GHGSat’s methane monitoring product has achieved impressive results and is attractive to oil and gas operators.
EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook forecasts that U.S. total energy consumption will increase from its low point in April but remain lower than 2019 levels for the rest of 2020.
THE University of Huddersfield is helping rural communities make a sustainable living while preserving the source of the something that keeps the world going on a daily basis – coffee.
The rapid expansion of the bauxite industry has come at a cost to both humans and the environment.
How energy-intensive economies can survive and thrive as the globe ramps up climate action.
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