More juvenile fish have been using the rapids restored by NOAA and partners on the St. Marys River, according to a recent study.
New research shows that eco-industrial parks inspired by the architecture of food webs are economically beneficial, resilient and environmentally friendly.
Efforts to prevent human exposure to asbestos may be mobilizing the cancer-causing mineral so that it can reach water supplies, based on new findings about how the fibers move through soil.
Each year, NASA reports its progress in several key sustainability efforts.
One of the most comprehensive pictures of our changing planet is now available to the public.
A new artificial island near Malé could be a destination for people trying to escape rising waters on lower-lying islands.
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.
One of the hardest hit coastal cities in Japan is still working to recover.
Once a center for mining brown coal, Central Germany is slowly transforming its pits to pools.
NOAA’s habitat restoration work in the Great Lakes strengthens healthy fisheries and ecosystems, benefits local economies, and supports resilient communities.
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