Climate change once again received relatively little attention on the debate stage
Males that allow females to take food right out of their mouths are more likely to sire offspring with their dining companions.
The brief mentions were not enough to satisfy environmentalists pushing for a climate-focused debate
A new approach to water treatment could be cheaper, produce less waste and possibly help fix nitrate pollution in California
High waters continue to swamp towns and agricultural fields throughout the Mississippi basin
The agenda urges emissions reductions and a guarantee of access to clean water
Protecting against flood and wind yields higher average benefits than fire and earthquakes
Climate change and deforestation could also severely fragment much of the forest by 2050, a new model projects
The rule will have little impact on emissions and provides only modest cuts to other harmful pollutants
The drought and heat that drove a recent massive seagrass die-off could become more common in the future
At Scientific American 's third Science on the Hill event, experts from academia and the private sector met at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill to talk with Scientific American editor-in-chief Mariette DiChristina about solutions to our plethora-of-plastics problem...
If greenhouse gases are not curbed, 60 percent of the world will set monthly records by century’s end
More efficient appliances and stricter building codes have driven significant declines in U.S. emissions to date
Millipedes, often blind, have come up with clever physical signals to ward off sexual advances from members of wrong species.
The Defense Department recognizes the risks posed by climate change, but needs to do more to protect its facilities
People appear to consume between 74,000 and 121,000 microplastic particles annually, and that's probably a gross underestimate.
Prices on carbon are not strict enough to make significant dents in emissions
Recovering “ghost creeks” from past landscapes can help protect the city’s future amid climate chaos
At the third Scientific American “Science on the Hill” event, “Solving the Plastic Waste Problem”, one of the issues discussed by experts on Capitol Hill was biodegradability. ...
Critics of the Trump administration move point to errors in the agency’s analysis