Quickly switching to renewables will create 5 million more jobs by 2050 than sticking to fossil fuels will, according to projections.
Innovations in urban agriculture—from creative reuse of stormwater to soil rehabilitation—can help fight food insecurity and prevent further food issues.
Remote learning can be a catalyst for instructors and institutions to invest in teaching practices that reinforce growth mindsets and that help students share responsibility for learning outcomes.
Television programming reaches broad, diverse audiences, but scientists must help tell their own stories and speak to the communities in which they live.
Discussing the impact of climate change on food is an effective way to spark interest in the science of climate change and how to mitigate associated problems.
This Halloween season, explore the connections between mythical monsters like Bigfoot and the Kraken and the creatures on which they’re based.
Following the culmination of an ambitious Earth science education initiative, scientists and educators met to prioritize ways in which education about Earth can foster sustainable societies.
After two unsuccessful tries, a hardy band of undergraduate students conducted a successful Arctic research and outreach expedition through the Northwest Passage.
Early-career scientists came together recently to learn to use a suite of ocean biogeochemical sensors, with the goal of closing the knowledge gap between ocean technology and potential end users.
Welcome to an alternate universe where happily ever after includes a dedication to the scientific method.