A recent study finds that unhealthy eating behaviors at night can make people less helpful and more withdrawn the next day at work.
Largest study of its kind—62 sites worldwide—finds that in most cases economic value is higher when nature is protected or restored, rather than converted.
The project is a joint effort to pilot an innovative and replicable approach to more accurately map ecosystems to support effective planning and sustainable decision-making.
While the region has seen less deforestation than other parts of Indonesia, large-scale clearing is still evident.
A Texas A&M research team is using genome sequencing to monitor herring populations, which could help prevent overfishing.
A new breakthrough in steel manufacturing that could also help to lower CO₂ emissions from the car industry, has been made by engineers at the University of Sheffield.
Multinational companies headquartered in countries with tougher environmental policies tend to locate their polluting factories in countries with more lax regulations, a new study finds.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts say citrus, livestock and horticultural crops are among the hardest-hit sectors.
Climate information is at risk of being misconstrued and used inappropriately in financial reports and has the potential to expose businesses to significant risk, according to a new paper by Australian researchers.
If temperature varies strongly from day to day, the economy grows less.
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