Inside the trunks of trees lies a wealth of data on climate that goes back generations.
Emitting just 1 ton of nitrous oxide—a common ingredient in synthetic fertilizer—is roughly equivalent to emitting 300 tons of carbon dioxide.
The domestic fuel scarcity of World War II led to innovation in home heating—especially passive solar technology.
Storing and transporting excess renewable energy as hydrogen could reshape global energy politics.
With mounting pressure from cartels and worsening environmental conditions, Mexico’s Indigenous Rarámuri communities face a fraught future.
In the fight against climate change, many underfunded conservation groups depend on volunteers.
To some, the idea that the Earth is warming seems incompatible with how they experience cold weather events.
Researchers have a cheap, easy way for cleaning up oil spills: letting plants do the work. Why isn’t it used more often?
The haute beachwear known as the bikini was named after a string of islands turned into a nuclear wasteland by atomic bomb testing.
Indigenous peoples' techniques to manage and benefit from fire are threatened, even as wildfires burn more frequently and intensely.