Scooter companies tout low carbon footprints, but cities see regulatory headaches
Milkweed grown with more carbon dioxide in the air supplies fewer toxins to monarch butterflies that need the toxins to fight off gut parasites.
To know what a wildfire might do next, researchers need to know how an inferno interacts with the atmosphere
Analysis finds prenatal exposure to the pesticide is associated with a higher risk of severe autism with intellectual impairment
Worry over environmental damage is being pitted against public health concerns
Grabbing CO2 as it exits smokestacks is key to fighting climate change
About 80 percent of Earth's biomass is plant life, with humans about equal to krill way down the heft chart.
Human development patterns can be a larger influence on blazes in some places
Trillions of tiny particles generated by our plastic-reliant society are polluting environments worldwide
The state is opposing the Trump administration’s proposed changes over ozone pollution concerns
The ongoing racket may interfere with the larvae’s response to stress
Solar geoengineering would ease heat stress, but also block vital sunlight for plants
The remains of tiny phytoplankton hold more carbon than all plants and animals. Will it be released?
Building houses at the edge of the wilderness increases the danger of catastrophic blazes
Flora make up the majority of Earth’s biomass, followed by bacteria
Against prevailing science, the agency is suggesting a “safe” threshold for particulate pollution
Differences observed along the Cascadia Fault explain why certain areas see more rumbling
Longer wildfire seasons and development are driving up firefighting costs
The proposal to freeze fuel efficiency standards have dealt those efforts another setback
The Trump administration argues higher fuel efficiency will keep older, unsafe cars on the road