The difference between declining and recovering regions is intensive fishery management.
By mixing sand, gelatin and bacteria, researchers have made a new kind of brick that could revolutionize sustainable construction.
emblematic of our mixed-up 21st-century Earth
A new study predicts more deaths from injuries in a warmer world.
A case study of Japan reveals that international dietary recommendations to reduce meat consumption won't always results in lower emissions.
The patch reflects sunlight and dissipates body heat, bringing down body temperature by a few degrees.
Whether and how forests adapt to climate change may be as much about animals as trees.
Carbon capture is more difficult on moving vehicles than stationary smokestacks. But a proposed new system could make it feasible.
What if we didn't just leave old farmland to lie fallow?
When washed, our clothes shed tiny microfibers that drain into wastewater—and eventually into the ocean. A new device might break that cycle.