Scientists recently voted to designate Crawford Lake, a small body of water in southern Canada, as the reference site of the “Age of Man.”
Millions of people, displaced from their home countries, take refuge in areas that are highly vulnerable to extreme weather.
As fish production waxes and wanes with climate change, so too does the risk of maritime piracy in East Africa and the South China Sea.
In the Palorinya Refugee Settlement, efforts to reduce deforestation and increase tree coverage help the ecosystem and improve refugees’ quality of life.
Model simulations of the impact of a large-scale nuclear war reveal long lasting effects with much of the ocean not returning to pre-war levels despite the cessation of the initial cooling.
After analyzing ice cores and historical documents, researchers found a link between eruptions and political change in China over the past 2 millennia.
By navigating under dense vegetation, an innovative robot could significantly reduce the monetary, environmental, and human cost of demining Cambodia.
A pipeline of minoritized groups doesn’t ensure retention, a survey finds.
A nuclear war would claim many lives from its direct impacts and cause rapid climate change that would further imperil humanity. Scientists can help shape policies to put us on a safer path.
Warfare exacerbates the impacts of drought to produce food insecurity crises that last long after the drought has passed, new research documents.