Is a traumatic sense of loss freezing action against climate change?
As early as the 1950s, the groups shared scientists and publicists to downplay dangers of smoking and climate change
As was widely reported on social media, the U.S. is indeed going to use aerial drones to spread vaccine-laced pellets among prairie dogs to save endangered ferrets, although, contrary to some reports, no M&Ms will be involved.
Heat drops after El Niño but remains at record global highs
Renewable energy cut, price on carbon opposed
“Black and Bloom” project explores how microorganisms help to determine the pace of Arctic melting
Two scientists describe attempts to find genes that help endangered crops survive rising salt levels
A dramatic rise in “danger days” is underway
Earth science professor says Mike Pence just “doesn't care”
A model of the dolphin vocal apparatus shows that they need a coating of mucus to produce their distinctive sounds.
Grids struggle to cope with erratic nature of wind and solar power
The price of allowances will rise also, encouraging businesses to clean up emissions
Farmland is being ruined by salty water. Rice and fruits, genetically modified to survive salt, could feed millions
The National Center for Science Education's annual Colorado River trip through the Grand Canyon highlights the differences between the scientific and creationist outlooks.
A new study suggests the best predictor of wildlife abundance in public lands is not human activity, but factors like forest connectivity and nearby housing density. Jason G. Goldman reports.
America's half-century embargo against the island nation has been bad for its economy, but very good for the environment
The law, in force during weekday daylight hours, is a bold move to cut smog
More than 18,000 lithium ion battery packs would replace a gas-fired power plant used to meet peak demand
Wetlands, sand dunes and mangroves could protect shorelines more inexpensively than walls and bulkheads
An aquaculturist used selective breeding to create strains of farmed fish that fatten up fast on cheap, plentiful feeds such as soybeans and corn. Emily Schwing reports.