Ryan-Davis and Scalice describe a path towards sampling more ethically, going beyond legal permitting requirements to engagement of Indigenous expertise and respect of peoples’ relationship to place.
Functioning oil fields, some with cleverly camouflaged infrastructure, are tucked into the urban sprawl of the Los Angeles basin. But recent legislation could change that.
The sensors help bridge gaps in air quality data due to critical shortages of government monitoring stations.
Twelve papers formed the scientific basis for fast action to strengthen the treaty, which was already safeguarding stratospheric ozone, so it also protects the climate by reducing super pollutants.
International regulations have reduced aerosol pollutants released from ships. Now, researchers want to use ship tracks to better understand the ambiguous effects that cleaner air has on climate.
Constructed wetlands can significantly reduce water pollution from tile-drained farms.
The new director hopes to strengthen existing partnerships, build and retain a more diverse and inclusive workforce, and deliver the agency’s science to those who need it most.
Un proyecto de ley en el Congreso Brasileño permitiría la expansión minera en territorios Indígenas. Una nueva investigación demuestra cómo esto podría afectar radicalmente a los pueblos aislados.
The plans identify localized vulnerabilities, as well as adaptations to climate change risks.
The World Meteorological Organization verifies and documents record-setting temperatures, winds, lightning, and more, offering snapshots of Earth’s extremes and hints about its changing climate.