Professor William Merrell says the plan proposed after Hurricane Ike in 2008 is still needed, and the Texas coast could again face catastrophic damage.
Social inequalities, specifically racism and classism, are impacting the biodiversity, evolutionary shifts and ecological health of plants and animals in our cities.
Pioneering new research has highlighted some of the political difficulties with the UK’s energy transition, in particular around vested fossil fuel interests.
An island with an unusual shape has been growing in shallow coastal waters near China’s Hainan Island.
Study finds improved air quality would avoid health and climate damages.
Massive corals restored to Florida's Coral Reef are ready to become parents in the wild.
A project led by Penn State researchers is aimed at ensuring the economic and environmental sustainability of agriculture in the face of development pressures and other challenges of urbanization.
Emerging technologies might be economically viable in Florida and other parts of the Southeast.
Magnetically separating waste particles makes it possible to reclaim a variety of raw materials from waste.
Electrifying an Uber or Lyft car can save three times more carbon than a personally owned EV
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