A study by Texas A&M researchers found that people living near irregularly shaped parks had a lower mortality risk.
Moving towards a more sustainable energy future in poor communities will require a clearer understanding of people’s motivations.
A cluster of industrial chemicals known by the shorthand term “PFAS” has infiltrated the far reaches of our planet with significance that scientists are only beginning to understand.
Findings highlighted large differences in the effects of metering across individual households, with small families living in high value houses more likely to be better off with a water meter.
Researchers advise that future energy policy must consider these unequal international impacts to identify the best routes to decarbonisation.
An EU-funded initiative is developing a research strategy to address environmental challenges and offer multiple benefits.
Researchers at Yale have created a model that enables more accurate calculations of the environmental footprints associated with a range of industrial processes — and the products and services we purchase.
Researchers calculate damages caused by weather phenomenon in the West over 40-year period.
Policy briefs provide decision-makers with recommendations for action.
A sustainable farm operates on a balanced plan of soil, crop, and water management techniques.
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