The deadly floods raise questions of land use and extreme precipitation trends.
The suit argues that the administration is failing to curb carbon dioxide emissions as required under the Clean Air Act.
A cloud of smoke from 2017 Canadian wildfires was so huge that it self-lofted and stayed in the atmosphere for 8 months. Scientists used it as an example for climate simulations of nuclear warfare.
More ice melted from the ice sheet on 1 August 2019 than any other day on record.
The 500-million-year-old species is a distant relative of today’s crabs, spiders, and insects.
According to a new analysis, fossil fuel energy return on investment is on par with renewables.
Ocean eddies spin round and round, but not in a perfect circle.
Forest elephants are the “gardeners of the Congo.” How might their dwindling population affect carbon storage in the world’s second-largest tropical forest?
LGBTQ+ researchers and communities are working to establish visibility and acceptance in the sciences. How is STEM evolving to welcome them?
Musical numbers include an Italian fault and a tour of an African greenstone belt.