The city prioritizes equity and inclusion as it incorporates tree coverage into climate resiliency efforts.
The boundaries of northeastern U.S. forests suck in more carbon dioxide than previously thought.
Tree lovers are hunting down the cause of arboreal deaths—and may remake the regional energy system in the process.
Living in Geologic Time: How long will the cape keep its fist raised against the waves?
A first-of-its-kind study combining paleoecology and archeology indicates that the New England landscape was not actively managed with fire prior to European arrival.
Every year, children from around the world craft unique pieces of art showcasing species found in Massachusetts’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Take a dip underwater with these marine masterpieces.
Scientists and students collaborate with communities to create a greener municipal building in Midway, Ga., and assess residents' vulnerability to warming climate in Brookline, Mass.
Sediment cores from a Massachusetts pond help suggest that as ocean temperatures rise, the occurrence of severe hurricanes along North America's Atlantic coast will increase.