Our team of science writers pore through stacks of the latest climate and sustainability science and bring you a hand-picked selection of the most compelling research from around the world, a compendium found nowhere else.
Drawing on technology that protects drugs as they pass through the human body, scientists have found a way to seal nitrogen-fixing bacteria so that it can withstand high temperatures and humidity for months.
In a side-by-side comparison, researchers found that it makes more sense to cover the drier parts of the world with solar panels than new forests.
Sunken ships creates obstacles for bottom-trawling, creating a refuge for marine creatures.
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers calculated how shovel-ready waste-handling technologies could quickly hit the brakes on global warming.
The discovery involved air-zapping lasers that made fertilizer almost 40 times more efficiently than conventional methods.
One research team meticulously demonstrated the long-term benefits of low-intensity forest fires; while another documented the short-term political barriers.
In a new paper, brain scientists lay out how their field could probe the reciprocal relationships between the changing climate and the brain.
And that was the researchers’ more conservative estimate.
We may be overestimating the emissions savings from EVs and under-utilizing them to reap benefits, a new study finds.
Bright lights cause cats to shun important habitat such as road crossings, but they could also be used to discourage animals from preying on livestock