Tree breeding and gene editing could help reverse the deteriorating health of U.S. forests
The uptick came despite significant coal plant closures, pointing to the growing influence of other greenhouse gas sources
Weather models are not being updated and training sessions might be canceled during the budget standoff
From melting Antarctic glaciers to solar geoengineering, here are key climate projects to watch this year
More than a quarter of the seedlings sampled at native plant nurseries were infected with pathogens—which could hamper restoration work. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Travel and research by scientists with NASA, NOAA and the EPA is being impacted
As the Arctic warms, melting glaciers could be an underestimated source of the potent greenhouse gas
Can we remove enough CO2 from the atmosphere to slow or even reverse climate change?
The Dec. 22 landslide at the Indonesian volcano led to a predictable tsunami in the area
From California to Florida, these state leaders could have major influence on U.S. climate policy
A few brief reports about international science and technology from Germany to Rwanda, including one on the discovery of the world's oldest known brewery, discovered in Israel.
Pine needles can easily be broken down into sugars as well as the building blocks of paint, adhesives and medicines. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Experts reveal 15 emerging trends that will significantly influence plants, animals and ecosystems—for better and worse
Motivated by events like Hurricane Harvey, researchers are trying to determine how climate change interacts with agriculture, energy, transportation and other human systems
Fracturing of Himalayan glaciers could make them melt faster, threatening the water supply for more than a billion people in Asia
As temperatures warm, it becomes more likely the drought will match past “megadroughts” for length as well
The Bahia's broad-snout casque-headed tree frog needs a pool to raise its young that's just right.
Nine states and Washington, D.C., aim to rein in the rising share of emissions from transportation
Warming temperatures may be causing tundra ponds to evaporate or drain into thawing permafrost
Christopher Skaife talks about his new book The Ravenmaster: My Life with the Ravens at the Tower of London, in front of a live audience at Caveat, “the speakeasy bar for intelligent nightlife" in Lower Manhattan...