Project Recover used autonomous underwater vehicles to identify, access, and image hard-to-reach World War II wreckage sites near the Northern Mariana Islands.
The Labrador Sea “inhales” oxygen and supplies it to deep-sea life across the world. But its breath could be threatened by climate change.
Two analyses present the Arequipa region as a microcosm of water supply issues facing small-scale agriculture communities.
Scandinavian societies of the first millennium adapted their farming practices to volcano-driven climate changes.
Lower-income urban communities bear the brunt of environmental burdens, even in wealthy green cities around the world.
New research might identify communities vulnerable to political violence in the aftermath of natural disasters.
Europe is launching an ambitious mission to decarbonize many of its urban areas within a decade. But is it realistic?
A new report supports the creation of a compensation fund for nations that rely on terrestrial mining, but it fails to dispel environmental concerns over deep-sea mining.
Amid the coronavirus uncertainty, the European Union is standing by its Green Deal pledges.
As Europe’s premiere geoscience conference kicks off online, leading Earth and space societies restate their commitments in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.