Research team including Göttingen University assess the efficiency of agri-environmental measures from different perspectives
A new study shows that more accurate wind forecasts generated by a NOAA weather model is saving the utilities, and hence the consumers, big money.
Some types of soil act more like concrete than a sponge, allowing water to flow off to flood streams, creeks and rivers.
Certain groups exposed to more air pollution than others. Cleaner fuels could help.
Biologists launch pilot project that could have implications for health of waterways
At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, 10 of the world’s largest commodity traders published a ‘shared commitment’ to halting forest loss
Threatened Puget Sound steelhead face many challenges on their migration, including infrastructure barriers like the Hood Canal floating bridge.
Remote sensing could help experts monitor Nile hydrology as a new reservoir is filled.
New method reveals potential losses at four U.S. locations
Rooftop gardens and greenery can help ease some of the severe heat in cities, according to research from climate scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York.
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