A new tool finds hidden connections across industrial sectors and identifies opportunities to reduce waste and lower carbon emissions by mapping the physical economy for a region.
Agroecologist from the University of Göttingen emphasises their importance for food security of smallholder farmers
Few craters are as large, or as old, as this impact structure in southeastern Ontario, Canada.
Researchers propose a AU$41 billion nationwide plan for habitat restoration to prevent species loss that will pay for itself through carbon sequestration revenue.
Global computing could be responsible for a greater share of greenhouse gas emissions than previously thought and these emissions will continue to rise significantly unless action is taken, a new study highlights.
Nearly 60% of both oil and fossil methane gas and almost 90% of coal must remain in the ground by 2050 in order to keep global warming below 1.5°C, finds a study by UCL researchers.
Using precision instruments and new mapping and machine-learning tools, a research team has been pinpointing sources of the greenhouse gas.
Hundreds of species have yet to be described in the ecosystems that support Alaska’s valuable commercial fisheries.
A new study suggests that crop insurance serves as a disincentive for farmers to adopt climate change mitigation measures on their croplands.
Using satellite data from the past two decades, scientists are starting to pinpoint which crops and farming styles have lasting impacts on forests.
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