New analysis identifies intentional disabling events in commercial fisheries and shows that, while some disabling events may be for legitimate reasons, others appear to be attempts to conceal illegal activities.
Using changes in social norms to create political pressure A dry bed in California. Climate change is the result of many human activities, from carbon emissions to deforestation, and it will take multiple and varied interventions to mitigate it, including legislation, regulation, and market-based solutions implemented at local, national, and global levels. Demand-side factors, such…
As climate changes, previously frozen chemical runoff from farms and fields puts water quality at risk in over 40 states, research says.
Some species of trees are able to handle rising heat in the tropics by sucking up large quantities of water to their leaves and transpiring through wide-opened pores in their leaves.
Hot days followed by sweltering nights without any temperature relief in between might become a new norm towards the end of the 21st century.
Residents in northern Utah were startled on Saturday when around 8:32 AM, a loud boom shook homes. There were no aircraft in the area and seismographs showed no indications of an earthquake.
Portland, Oregon set a record this week hitting mid 90’s to triple-digits for seven days in a row, the longest heat wave on record in the area. The hellish temperatures hit one tree particularly hard, causing a 30,000-pound limb to explode.
The oddly named Chips and Science Act and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) are both positioned to fix some real problems for the USA. Here is everything you need to know about the two acts.
In a spectacular sign of the times, Spain, this week, hit temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit in a heatwave that became the first named heatwave of a new pilot program for naming and ranking heat waves
The National Park Service says that because of climate change, the survival of the giant sequoias is now at stake.