We are constantly exposed to phthalates in our environment through plastic products such as storage containers, medical devices, packages, fabrics, and toys.
Extent of future warming will dictate impacts, according to research involving a Rutgers scientist.
At a time of unparalleled rates of biodiversity loss, a new interconnected system to monitor biodiversity around the world is needed to guide action quickly enough to target conservation efforts to where they are most needed.
Rutgers-led study finds that in the years following marine heat waves, effects on fish communities were often minimal.
Alex Piven pulled a tiny vial from a bucket of ice and held it to a ceiling light on the third floor of Leidy Laboratories.
In the Arctic and boreal biomes, well drained upland soils with a high potential for atmospheric methaneconsumption cover more than 80% of the land area.
As climate change continues to pose severe challenges to ensuring sustainable food supplies around the world, scientists from McGill University are looking for ways to improve the resilience and nutritional quality of potatoes.
Annie Doubleday doesn’t want her work to scare people.
New research from the University of Washington and Polar Bears International in Bozeman, Montana, quantifies the relationship between greenhouse gas emissions and the survival of polar bear populations.
Carbon capture is a promising method to help slow climate change.
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