Scientists and the Wuikinuxv Nation in British Columbia form an unusual partnership to study how native fishers and grizzly bears can share scarce salmon runs.
The findings partly dovetail with efforts to improve air circulation and ventilation to fight COVID-19.
The team found that landscapes with increased diversity produced ~17 to 18 bushels more per acre, of corn and wheat
The stored carbon dioxide can be buried or reused as renewable fuel.
But, there’s one place it still continues to fail: conservative media
The findings, from a study focused on Barcelona, found that the sustainability benefits of avoiding bottled water far outweighed the perceived health benefits of drinking it
In lab experiments, an infusion of bacteria extracted from coral reefs made the difference between life and death for coral stuck in hot water.
German researchers document another case in which even novel experiences won’t budge people from entrenched attitudes
The practical, efficient tin-based material could be a way to harness immense amounts of heat thrown out by factories, power plants, and cars
Scientists use satellites to track deforestation in forest reserves around the world, and to learn what factors make for stronger protections.