Data gaps obscure the full extent of deaths caused by heating homes with wood and other solid fuels.
A recent commentary in GeoHealth highlighted the health risks for people living close to large-scale livestock farms.
Agency scientists on a Hurricane Awareness Tour showcase NOAA research capabilities and warn that although winds can cause severe damage, the biggest killers are storm surges and inland flooding.
Public health and environmental organizations brought together by former vice president Al Gore held a pared-down meeting to replace a canceled one.
Researchers investigate what factors influence how particles from a plume spread following a volcanic eruption.
2015 Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission Applications Workshop; Hyattsville, Maryland, 9–10 June 2015
Coupling satellite data with climate models, scientists are beginning to understand how warming temperatures and increased precipitation will affect cholera outbreaks.
Researchers determined the environmental conditions most likely to trigger a cholera epidemic in a region in eastern Congo.
The shale gas industry can learn from the controversy over waste disposal that the nuclear energy industry has faced.