Scientists expect climate change will make storms more intense, therefore the city must amp up its defenses
Shells tell a story of evolution that spans over millions of years
Despite perceptions that the Hudson is not fit for swimming, it is perfectly safe in many places
Researchers are racing to preserve coral larvae for future restoration projects — and cryopreservation could be one solution
‘Natural gas liquids’ keep processing profitable even as renewables rise
Turf lawns come with a steep environmental price, but are a hard habit to break
One New York chef is combatting the treacherous, invasive green crab one bowl of sustainable seafood ramen at a time — and he wants your help
Our sense of disgust of eating insects is largely cultural, and there could be benefits to overcoming our ick
Lisa Nett encourages students to notice their neighborhood nature
"We leave as little mark as possible," says a local rock climbing guide of the sport's environmental impact
Warming temperatures are a breeding ground for vulnerabilities in water distribution systems. A new study tackles challenges with maintaining and engineering water systems for a hotter future.
Producers say they’ll roll-out ‘clean meat’ products soon, but would you eat it?
Children are already experiencing “eco-anxiety” — and psychiatrists don’t really know how to help them cope
Meat and dairy aren’t exactly disappearing, but veggie alternatives are gaining ground
Airborne dust is a climate force to be reckoned with — only scientists aren’t sure whether it’s helping cool down or warm up the planet.
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