A new study finds that for environmentally-minded consumers more information is better. For everyone else, the opposite is true.
It's enough power to keep LED lightbulbs on or charge phones at night, and could offset the need for expensive batteries
Creating "cat-free" zones in wooded parts of cities could blunt their impact on wildlife, and enlist them in the battle against rats, say scientists.
New research finds that more energy consumption (beyond about 75 gigajoules per person per year for most metrics) no longer contributes to greater well-being
In an ambitious thought experiment, researchers show how restoring wildlife to pre-Industrial levels could achieve several billion dollars-worth of phosphorus production.
Compared to today’s sorbents, the new super-porous material could absorb carbon dioxide from smokestacks at much lower cost and energy
In a ground-breaking study, scientists reveal how the combined power of biodiversity—in this case, pest control and pollination services—is greater than individual ecological services.
A new study finds that tumble dryers spew microfiber pollution. The near term fix: dryer sheets, fabric softeners, and better lint filters. The long term fix: condenser dryers
According to a new study, reducing food waste by just half could be a more effective way to protect biodiversity than changing people's diets.
With its use of low-cost, non-toxic materials, the new molten-salt battery could offer cheaper grid storage than rivals