People who gather ground data on tropical forests are highly disadvantaged compared to the users of such data. A new paper suggests long-term collaborations as a path forward.
Climate change, shifting populations, and infrastructure development in risky areas compound future flood loss risk.
City communities may need to consider whether water absorption or cooling benefits are more important when designing urban greening.
Efforts to diversify the geosciences must evolve from transactional to transformational, emphasizing the inclusion of and equity for individuals over the benefits they bring to institutions.
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ crossing, a ship guided by an AI captain will embark on the same journey, doing science along the way.
From developing a research question to enacting solutions, environmental justice requires community engagement in every step of the scientific process.
Two analyses present the Arequipa region as a microcosm of water supply issues facing small-scale agriculture communities.
A pipeline of minoritized groups doesn’t ensure retention, a survey finds.
Certain health risks are greatest in neighborhoods with higher proportions of people of color and lower levels of income and education.
La Ciudad de México es una de las áreas urbanas más propensas a desastres del mundo. Después de un terremoto, las comunidades marginadas que viven en la periferia de la ciudad están expuestas a más peligros que el simple derrumbe de edificios.