Religion, women's economic empowerment, and globalisation are just a few factors that have an unexpected effect on how much meat we eat, a new study finds.
A new energy-efficient and sustainable cooling technique relies on untwisting tightly coiled wires.
People know that coral reefs are threatened by rising temperatures and acidifying water. But might artificial lights be causing problems, too?
Wealthier communities in the United States are more likely to receive federal assistance to buffer the effects of climate change, and more likely to reap the benefits of renewable energy, two new studies show.
Some of the world's richest fisheries occur in nations where nutrient deficiency is high.
The health benefits from reduced air pollution due to an increasing share of EVs in China outweigh the climate benefits.
The deep seas are truly Earth’s last frontier, faraway worlds of alien beauty of which only an infinitesimal fraction have been explored—and it’s time to start thinking about how to restore them.
The best way to use a carbon tax to fight climate change would be to set the initial carbon price high, increase it modestly for about a decade, and then let it fall slowly over the next few centuries.
The clues to preserving food security in sub-Saharan Africa might lie in crops grown in distant parts of the planet.
A new long-lasting rechargeable battery could be a way to use carbon dioxide emissions to produce energy.