They transplanted native crabs to degraded coral reefs patches to help clear out the seaweed. It worked better than they imagined.
The pause of 2020 enabled low-carbon power growth to get ahead of electricity demand growth
He came to science late in his life, helped to preserve the Earth’s protective ozone, and fundamentally changed our views of nature and ourselves
A liquid made from food waste and drip-fed into soil could protect crops from pathogens
It’s a quick, safe and relatively simple way to save up to 16 percent of fuel burned on transoceanic flights while the industry waits for biofuels and electric craft
To reassess current conservation efforts, researchers simulated the potential ranges of bird species on a landscape devoid of people
The carbon footprint of an online conference is vastly smaller than its in-person counterpart—but it is not zero.
Maize plants with this trait can punch through dry, hard, compacted soils, giving them a leg up in a climate changed world
"If you want a table, then you should just grow a table,” they say
Mountain lions fear and avoid humans—even more so than we fear them. Researchers have now calculated the cost of that fear: drastically reduced home ranges