As the population grew, the conversion of natural landscapes into farmland has become common in parts of the continent.
Texas A&M researchers found that reducing the energy load at strategic locations when supply is strained allows for a reduction in cost for the wholesale market.
Data from the Tropomi instrument onboard the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite has been used to detect methane plumes over some of Europe’s largest methane-emitting coal mines.
New research from Global Monitoring Laboratory has identified temperate western Asia and tropical Asia as two additional source regions for the rising emissions of CFC-11 identified by NOAA scientists in 2018.
The use of hand sanitising gels and increased hand-washing practices throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on the environment and—by extension—public health.
Heat and drought exacerbated fire season in 2020, but cattle grazing and other human activities also primed the region to burn.
Scientists track the sources of 97 million metric tons of methane emissions.
Researchers develop a novel open-source life-cycle optimization framework for solid waste and sustainable materials management applications named SwolfPy
Levels of arsenic in Northern Ontario’s Long Lake are so high that some local residents can no longer drink the water.
New research estimates port congestion cost CA farmers $2.1 billion in lost exports
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