Grapes, nectarines, peaches and almonds are just some of the California crops that have been boosted by cleaner air in recent decades. That means bigger earnings for farmers, too.
Plastic made of starch and cellulose is strong and water-resistant but breaks down in the ocean over time
New research shows that time-traveling back to the Pleistocene could ensure a cooler future.
Switching to electric cars and home heating will almost always decrease carbon emissions, even with the current energy mix.
This could have huge practical benefits—in developing countries, up to 40% of food is lost before it even reaches the market.
Researchers have devised a novel closed manufacturing loop tailored to an urban planet.
When predicting and managing fire outbreaks, we should not overlook animals’ proficiency as ecosystem engineers.
They just don’t agree on how to get there.
Warming waters will drive a fish exodus from tropical seas.
Researchers have used machine learning to analyze how 110 different types of plastic degrade in the ocean based on physical and molecular traits