Even trees that look as if they survived will die in the coming years, because they did not evolve fire-resistant features
New mandates from aviation authorities will not go far enough to reduce greenhouse gases, experts say
Better food labeling could prevent people from throwing away a lot of “expired” food that’s still perfectly edible.
Salty fluid sinks and puts pressure on rock, potentially triggering faults in Oklahoma for years to come
The conditions of sunlight, temperature, humidity and wind that make cropland good for agriculture also maximize solar panel efficiency.
Democratic presidential candidates will appear individually to discuss their plans for how the U.S. should tackle climate change
Wild animals that live near humans have higher cholesterol than their rural counterparts—and our food could be to blame. Christopher Intagliata reports.
As Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida, consider that feeding style means that aggressive tangle-web spider colonies produce more offspring after severe weather, while docile colonies do better in calm conditions...
The floating shelf of volcanic stone more than twice the size of Manhattan will nonetheless bring a fascinating array of life to the reef
The surprise revelation means 12 million Vietnamese may need to retreat
There is enough oxygen in the air to last for millions of years
The material could form self-destructing drones or sensors
Microbes in flowers are crucial to bee diets, and microbiome changes could be starving the insects
New research finds connections between ocean temperatures and tornado activity
The impacts of a changing climate have been evident around the state all season
Old, small plants were the early retirees, but several of the biggest U.S. coal burners—and CO2 emitters—will be shuttered by year’s end
A new study helps solve the puzzle of why the continent’s western glaciers are melting so fast
Tiny plastic particles have turned up in samples of Arctic snow, pointing to their ubiquity in the environment
Drought fueled by global warming could exacerbate food insecurity, particularly in developing countries
The composition of ground rock in a area influences the likelihood of electrical blackouts from solar storms