People asked to imagine how flooding or droughts would affect particular people or places were more likely to engage in environmentally friendly actions
Despite some methodological flaws, a recent poll credibly indicates that flat-Earthery persists
A few very brief reports about science and technology from around the globe, including one from Mongolia on horse dentistry.
Can we attribute a single extreme weather event, like a particular heat wave or wildfire or flood, to climate change?
Small throat bones from the prehistoric feline Smilodon suggest it used fearsome vocalizations to communicate
Progress in conveying science to the public needs to continue
Palau, under threat from sea level rise, wants to have 70 percent renewable energy by 2050
Off-world Bose–Einstein condensates might measure spacetime ripples better than any ground-based technique