Researchers calculate the energy required to provide basic material needs and have a decent living standard.
It’s often argued that logging trees killed by insects or diseases is beneficial for forests—but evidence is mounting that it causes long-term ecological disruption.
Before the Green New Deal had received widespread media coverage, the policy enjoyed majority support from members of both political parties, a new study suggests.
A new study considers a shortcoming in the influential dietary recommendations from the EAT-Lancet Commission: it doesn't factor in affordability across the globe.
Researchers suggest the best ways to reduce the societal impact of aviation's climate and pollution emissions
Pigeons are a symbol of urban life—so much so, in fact, that the condition of their bodies is a literal reflection of the environments they share with us.
Homes likely to be inundated by future sea level rise currently sell for about 7% more in neighborhoods with a high percentage of climate deniers than similar homes in climate believer neighborhoods.
Until now, it has been difficult to measure how effective greener farming methods are across large swaths of land
A high-temperature technique requires just 10 minutes to charge lithium-ion batteries enough to drive an EV for over 200 miles.
As Earth warms and weather patterns become more variable, climate change could alter the biosphere in a little-appreciated way: by changing how it sounds.