Small islands and low-income nations face the largest relative monetary losses to their ports and maritime trade.
New research tests the promise of insurance to harden the U.S. economy to tropical storms.
The military is launching a fleet of small, interconnected satellites to collect data, track missiles, and aim weapons.
White principal investigators won a disproportionate share of National Science Foundation funding between 1996 and 2016, according to an analysis of public data.
Over the course of a decade, farmers growing corn and soybeans in the U.S. Midwest increased their adoption of cover cropping—a tenet of so-called conservation agriculture—by fourfold.
Durante la COP26, el Panel Científico por la Amazonia enfatiza la necesidad del conocimiento indígena y local para orientar las recomendaciones científicas y políticas.
Quantifying human responses to natural disasters could improve preparation for future threats, scientists say.
“Floatovoltaics” are an emerging technology, but their environmental impacts are still unknown.
As low-income, informal settlements bloom in the tropics, their risk of landslides increases. A new modeling tool incorporates urbanization factors to protect the region’s poorest neighborhoods.
Mientras las naciones se reunían en Sharm El-Sheikh, Egipto, los principales científicos del clima compartieron un nuevo informe para apoyar una política más eficaz.