Scientists see an overall decline in Pacific cod and pollock productivity in the Gulf of Alaska as compared to recent decades.
While Georgia Tech is not yet operating a CHP system, it is currently examining options for lessening the campus’s energy footprint.
A project investigated how different climate scenarios and policy interventions could affect smallholder farmers in Nepal.
Researcher notes that this paper reveals multiple distinct stories about how air quality changes in response to growing agricultural activity across Africa
Global meta-analysis supports the U.N. goal of restoring habitats
At city-scale modelling, they found that photovoltaics could provide 74% of Melbourne’s building consumption needs.
New Texas A&M research might help design more radiation-tolerant structural parts for safer and more efficient nuclear reactors.
Report finds the world’s nations have 11 years left to avoid catastrophic global warming
Average global crop yields for maize, or corn, may see a decrease of 24% by late century, with the declines becoming apparent by 2030, with high greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new NASA study.
A new study for the Federal German Environment Agency with PIK participation shows how travel regions can adapt to climate change.
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