Modeling of mysteriously fluctuating water levels in the Great Lakes has helped to optimize the prices of shipping insurance contracts along with investments in dredging navigation channels.
Take extreme weather risks into account, and markets could prove hardier in a changing world.
Gulf Research Program executive director Lauren Alexander Augustine discusses the impact science can have on communities when given money and time.
A new methodology for measuring how human emissions influence cloud properties and radiative forcing developed by reconstructing cloud fields in maritime shipping lanes.
Increased droughts will reduce southern Spain’s olive oil output by 30% before the end of the century.
PG&E shut down the power to Berkeley’s Space Sciences Laboratory right before a satellite launch.
Entrepreneurs are addressing global challenges with science-based—and financially sustainable—solutions.
JetBlue will buy carbon offsets for all domestic flights starting in July, but are carbon offsets enough to clean up a dirty industry?
A road map for a major geothermal energy development initiative determines proposed priorities and goals by integrating input from stakeholders, data, and technological assessments.
The council’s launch, more than 2 and a half years into the Trump presidency, has an initial membership that is heavy on industry, with just one academic and no representatives from civil society.