As climate change pushes agriculture into the unknown realms, farmers develop new methods of farming and organic sustainable farming takes hold.
To better understand how the warming climate affects wildfires, Scientists are turning to Spotted Owls that evolved to deal with such disasters.
As climate change looms, scientists seek ways to reduce the release of carbon. Sometimes a low-tech approach is overlooked: conserving forests.
Glaciers are retreating around the world. The Andes are no exception: in Venezuela, the ice has mostly already disappeared.
This Week in Sustainability: From Ice Age to Internet Age, Scientists Look for Clues to Species’ Extinctions
Scientists explore the causes--climate change, habitat destruction, and more--that decimated animals and humans alike, from Ice Age to Internet Age.
Even a limited nuclear war would throw enough soot into the atmosphere to block sunlight and lower global temperatures by more than one degree Celsius.
Climate scientists tend to be optimistic and have faith that humanity can engineer our way out of the climate change we’ve created.
A Dead Fish “Vitamin Pill,” Microbes that Put Dinner on the Table, and a Truck that Runs On Cow Manure
From microbial biochemistry to recycling dead fish to manure-to-energy converters, here’s this week’s most surprising sustainability news.
Wildfires and public health, predicting floods, and substituting beans for beef were top stories in environmental news this week.
Earthworms are often portrayed as beneficial to the environment, but in North America's temperate forests, they are a disaster in action.