According to a new report, net zero targets many governments are pursuing are distractions from the urgent need to drastically reduce carbon emissions.
For centuries, Indigenous peoples have worked to live in harmony with fire. Can integrating such cultural practices into contemporary wildfire management help prevent catastrophic wildfires?
Over the past decade, the GeoPRISMS program has greatly expanded understanding of shoreline-spanning Earth systems processes and fostered a vibrant and increasingly diverse community of researchers.
Aquí hay 10 pasos prácticos que los científicos pueden tomar para contrarrestar los efectos perjudiciales de entornos laborales académicos abusivos.
An open letter from geoscientists supports a bill to remove racist slurs from federally recognized lakes, creeks, canyons, and other small landforms.
Principal investigators are the monarchs of their science kingdoms. Here are seven things they can do for the betterment of the realm—ehrm, lab group.
The history of geoscience is filled with racist ideology and problematic foundational figures. A new set of modules aims to help educators by offering more inclusive context for inequities in the field today.
Complex hydraulic systems built by the Muisca people helped define the vibrant urban wetlands of Colombia’s capital city.
Lower-income urban communities bear the brunt of environmental burdens, even in wealthy green cities around the world.
How two neighborhoods in Arizona and Florida became hot spots for sickening heat.