RECENTLY PUBLISHED Microplastics Morph Cell Metabolism Air Pollution Poses Inequitable Health Risks in Washington, D.C. The Capital’s Waterways Could Be Swimmable by 2030 Forecasting Compound Floods in Complex Coastal Regions COVID-19 Infrastructure Air Pollution AIR POLLUTION Reduced Winter PM2.5 in Northern India Under Global Warming An Eye in the Sky Tracks Air Pollution Inequality in U.S. Cities Air Pollution Killed a Million People in Africa in 2019 Remote Work May Be Keeping Some Cities’ Air Cleaner “Indigenous Peoples have done [forest monitoring] for their entire existence and will continue to do so, only now they can be more decisive, thanks to technology.”Wendy Pineda, “Indigenous Peoples Harness Space Technology to Stop Deforestation” HEALTH & ECOSYSTEMS ARCHIVE Cyanobacteria Blooms Exceed WHO Thresholds in Midwest Lakes A study of 369 lakes across the Midwest finds that many of them, especially those close to agriculture, have high concentrations of harmful algal bloom-causing cyanobacteria. by Rebecca Dzombak Traditional Knowledge Is Essential to Sustainability in the Amazon At COP26, the Science Panel for the Amazon is emphasizing the need for Indigenous and Local Knowledge to inform scientific and policy recommendations. by Meghie Rodrigues The Benefits of Better Ocean Weather Forecasting Improvements in our ability to forecast oceanic conditions weeks to months in advance will help communities, industries, and other groups prepare amid a changing climate. by Charlotte DeMott, Ángel G. Muñoz, Christopher D. Roberts, Claire M. Spillman and F. Vitart Windjamming on the Warming Gulf of Maine Living in Geologic Time: A sailing venture reveals economic upheaval along Maine’s enduring coast. by Mary Caperton Morton Identifying the World’s Most At-Risk River Basins Major river basins around the world, including the Amazon, may be hot spots for ecological shifts as the planet warms. by Emily Cerf 农事用火加剧东南亚空气污染 农事用火和森林采伐用火对贫困人口的影响过大，减少这些用火每年可帮助防止5.9万人过早死亡。 by Terri Cook River Ice Can Shape Watershed Ecology As river ice cover decreases, the physical and biological changes to river ecosystems vary with the watershed characteristics and river size. by Sarah Derouin App Tracks Harmful Mosquitos with Help from Crowdsourced Science While collecting data using an app, volunteers have the chance to support research and fight mosquito populations on the ground. by Elizabeth Thompson Neighborhoods Are Feeling the Heat of Climate Change It’s no secret there are disparities in exposure to climate change’s effects. A new study zeroes in on the demographics of neighborhoods subjected to the hottest temperatures. by Jackie Rocheleau Could AI Be Useful for Arctic Communities Facing Sea Ice Loss? The forecasting tool IceNet promises to be a useful tool for evaluating sea ice loss in the Arctic. But ethical and logistic considerations have to be taken before scientific and Indigenous communities start working together. by Humberto Basilio Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.