Brooklyn neighbors will soon be able to trade power directly — and there’s more to come
A minority in many ways, Erica Walker is determined to find how urban noise affects human health
Evidence that the Earth’s crust began as an unbroken shell raises a question: Can we really understand the past by looking at how things are now?
New online tools aim to save endangered animals, but experts say there are no easy shortcuts
Proposed changes to the Magnuson-Stevens Act, our nation’s fishery management law, would compound problems for the nation’s fish
The training is grueling and the pay is low, but Spencer Noyes loves being a New York State environmental conservation officer
Often overlooked, peatlands emit staggering quantities of carbon dioxide
Spring is coming, and so are the rats. Here’s how to keep them out.
Dry ice is a safe and effective pest control. Why can’t cities use it in parks?
Congress considers updating the law, a move some think will defang it
Global cooling forecasts from the 1970s don’t discredit today’s climate science
Humans often do more harm than good when we try to rebuild damaged landscapes
Countries look to large marine protected areas to conserve our oceans, but the devil is in the details
Aquaponic farming is catching on despite challenges
Extinct species may soon be resurrected — but just because we can doesn’t mean we’re ready for them