Estamos y seguiremos plantando más árboles callejeros, arboledas urbanas y cúmulos informales de árboles en nuestros parques y espacios verdes. La Treetopia ha comenzado.
Indigenous Peoples from the Arctic and the U.S. Southwest have joined together to tackle issues of food sovereignty in two environmental extremes. Their bond led to a swift response to COVID-19.
Television programming reaches broad, diverse audiences, but scientists must help tell their own stories and speak to the communities in which they live.
Join open writing teams to collaborate on commentaries for a special collection describing approaches that embody synthesis, cross-disciplinary integration, and open science across geosciences.
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A new study will trace the legacy of uranium mining on commercially available medicinal plants.
New research might identify communities vulnerable to political violence in the aftermath of natural disasters.
A case study in Brazil points to a deep gender gap that still has to be bridged in the policymaking debate.
With higher education increasingly moving online, a 3-year-old interinstitutional graduate student training program offers a model for universities to pool resources and expand course offerings.
An international group of early-career scientists has developed its own network to virtually moor connections within the peatlands community.