It isn't always obvious what a kilogram of carbon emissions means to the average consumer.
A new way to look at highway fuel economy.
It may be time to start simply moving out of the way.
Infected bugs can’t take the heat, and this may limit the spread of dengue fever.
Hearty native plants can help prevent the worst of flood-related water pollution.
Scientists trawled thousands of volunteer surveys over 25 years to understand what imperils the insects.
Since humans abandoned the area, nature has reclaimed the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Hundreds of spaceflights a year would emit more greenhouse gases than some major power plants.
That 1913 spike? It's probably bogus.
This summer is turning out to be a particularly fiery one.
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