Small changes to flight routes could deliver big climate savings
Early and orderly rollout of policies to control carbon emissions and limit global climate change will help the financial system transition to a green economy, according to a ‘climate stress-test’ of financial institutions.
Researchers don’t hide findings that fail to support the prevailing scientific view of global climate change. Even so, they may spin results in subtle ways.
Reusable or Disposable: Which coffee cup has a smaller footprint?
Soil bacteria in New York City parks produce molecules similar to antibiotics, anticancer agents, and other drugs in current use, suggesting that urban areas could be a good place to look for new drug prospects.
We need to double food production by 2050: it's a shocking and oft-repeated statistic that may no longer be accurate. And that could be good news for the environment.
Does killing wild dogs to prevent conflict with humans actually make problems more likely? A study of dingo control programs suggests it does.