Global warming does not discriminate, but the system that prepares farmers for it does
Global warming tips the scales in favor of invaders in the region
To save the plants, one scientific field highlights the importance of protecting Indigenous knowledge
The pandemic has exposed and worsened deep-seated problems in a meat industry dominated by huge producers
Meteorologists are starting to talk about climate change
Spurred by global warming and development, saltwater intrusion is a growing threat to coastal agriculture
Emerging research suggests that smoke from prescribed burns is less harmful than from wildfires
In his new book, Derek Gow tells the story of his intrepid rewilding campaign
Researchers are preparing to extract gas from methane hydrates, despite uncertain potential and environmental risks
Millions of people rely on the Air Quality Index, but experts say it’s a rough measure at best
To manage wildfires, the United States needs a lot more prescribed burns. Tribes and community organizations are ready to step in
What does it really mean when a label on a product you just bought cautions that it may cause cancer and reproductive harm?
It’s not a “Little Grand Canyon.” It’s a scar from slavery
We’ve spread far beyond any other plant or animal, but what makes us unique?
In the midst of a pandemic, an artist and former physicist still works to represent endangered landscapes
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