Gasoline use isn’t falling fast enough. Targeting ‘superusers’ could help.
America may have hit 'peak gasoline,' but the fossil fuel’s decline is still too slow to meet climate goals.
Plant-covered roofs could help chill Brazil’s heat-stricken favelas
How one group in Rio de Janeiro teamed up with researchers to adapt green roof technology for their community.
Electric cars are better for the environment, no matter the power source
Experts say that across the board, EVs are a win compared to similar gas-powered vehicles.
Wetlands lose some environmental protections in new Supreme Court ruling
The 5-to-4 decision is a huge setback for the EPA and the Clean Water Act.
The Air Force’s ‘Angry Kitten’ has been jamming with drones and jets
The military has tested the "Angry Kitten" electronic warfare system on a variety of airborne platforms, including a Reaper drone. Here's why.
Cozy knit sweaters could help robots ‘feel’ contact
The snuggly garb is used to teach robots how to sense possible collisions in advance.
A notorious spyware program was deployed during war for the first time
An Israeli tech company's Pegasus spyware was detected on the phones of Armenian journalists and other civilians critical of Azerbaijan's incursion.
Guam hit by strongest ‘Super Typhoon’ in decades
The storm had Category 4-level winds of about 140 miles per hour just before midnight local time on Wednesday.
Danish painters used beer to create masterpieces, but not the way you think
Nineteenth-century craftspeople made do with what they had. In Denmark, they had beer leftovers.
Andean long-tailed chinchillas are mysteriously thriving on Chile’s coast
Whether a new subspecies, a species, or just a new population, these coastal chinchillas act in ways scientists have never seen before.