Scientists and science communicators can lend their expertise to a growing shortage of poll workers in the United States.
A new index insurance contract – a financial product innovation seeking to cope with climatic variability – could help hydropower operators to manage climate risks.
NASA and its partner organizations are working on several fronts to remove barriers to entry into space mission leadership positions.
An analysis of nationwide housing data shows that minority households disproportionately bear the multibillion-dollar economic burden that comes from believing their water is unsafe.
The delivery of weather satellite imagery is reliable today, but will it stay that way in the future?
As human-induced earthquakes increase in frequency and magnitude, researchers race to uncover their effects on surface water and groundwater.
As climate change reshapes the Earth's polar regions, scientists turn to drone-mounted cameras to measure sea ice. One expedition found out that flying drones near Antarctica isn't easy.
SCOPE-CM Meeting; Geneva, Switzerland, 23–24 March 2015
Annual controlled floods from one of America's largest dams are rebuilding the sandbars of the iconic Colorado River.
In a case about power plant emissions, arguments focused on whether the Environmental Protection Agency properly interpreted a regulation and on dramatically different cost-benefit analyses.