Chemists have made artificial spider silk that more closely mimics the real thing and boosts fog-capturing ability by almost 600 percent
Lawyers said it was impossible to tie a specific dose of greenhouse gases to polar bear survival. They were wrong.
Landmark new research could open the door to climate protections for a menagerie of other species.
A new study in Germany suggests conservation gardening could halve the number of plant species under threat in some parts of the country.
Their technique not only keep coffee grounds out of landfills, it also works as a replacement for dwindling sand resources.
New study finds that aggressive energy efficiency, electrification, and smart, flexible draws on the power grid could slash emissions—and save $100 billion annually.
Scientists predicted that urban male song sparrows would spend less time taking care of their young than country sparrows. They had it backwards.
A new study suggests that a shareholder-based carbon tax might be more effective than a consumer-based one.
Researchers cracked the code using three main ingredients: plant proteins, water, and an artificial tongue.
By reflecting infrared heat, these new paints could could keep buildings cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter without using energy.
Enough untouched terrain to cover all of Finland could be uncovered as glaciers retreat, scientists found. Much of it is unprotected.