The new maps show the link between clouds, plants and animals
Fracking and horizontal drilling have sent supplies through the roof and prices through the floor, and things are likely to stay that way
Rising levels of CO2 are making it hard for fish to breathe in addition to exacerbating global warming and ocean acidification
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has developed a tool to project how climate change will affect sea level at hundreds of different locations across North America
Paleontologist-turned-politician Richard Leakey talks with Scientific American about his efforts to save Kenya’s wildlife
Plans are in place to safeguard the future of Syrian agriculture by re-creating a seed collection stored in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, which is at risk of being destroyed by the country's civil war. Edward Baran reports.