Calibrated low-cost sensors in Kinshasa and Brazzaville provide new information on pollution and help scientists model a way to improve access to air quality data.
New tools are helping make solar eclipse experiences and research accessible to people who are blind or low vision, communities often excluded from historically visually based sciences like astronomy.
The need to address harassment in field campaigns is growing more urgent. A new workshop provides scientists with a broad set of tools to create more inclusive, safe, and functional field teams.
One state in India shows how policies that give women access to better resources has a real impact on mortality.
Los complejos sistemas hidráulicos construidos por los Muisca ayudaron a desarollar los vibrantes humedales urbanos de la capital de Colombia.
The Caribbean is ground zero for some of the biggest impacts of climate change today. Puerto Ricans are building innovative initiatives to protect and prepare their communities for what’s next.
By combining demography data with permafrost maps, researchers provide a first count of the population on permafrost and predict its imminent decline.
NASA scientists will be teaming up with epidemiologists in the agency’s first health-focused mission. With satellite data, they’ll find out how air pollution affects health in cities around the world.
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?