Fast, low-cost species identification could make species protection far more precise
Widespread composting of human waste could both improve health and reduce climate impacts
“Plant strengtheners” offer an alternative to applying environmentally-damaging chemicals
To meet aggressive climate targets, we need just about a quarter of the carbon dioxide storage capacity that is available globally today
Bats can help us understand why and how these viruses sometimes jump to humans.
Emissions cuts in one country or region are likely to lead to increases elsewhere
New agricultural technologies are swiftly being developed. But, they will need the right social, economic, and political conditions to truly take off.
Researchers have found a way to make valuable plastics out of hard-to-recycle polyurethane foams used in furniture and insulation.
Over the course of 120 generations, researchers bred algae to be more heat-tolerant—a quality it then passed to its coral hosts.
Working from home might not save as much energy as we wish