Many of the areas that are reopening haven’t even beaten the first wave of the virus.
Cities are creating “slow streets” to enable social distancing and prevent surges in traffic when they reopen.
It may just lead to more consumption and fewer investments in renewables.
Joshua Tree and other deserts house sensitive soil crust communities.
Some science grinds to a halt when the government shuts down.
We don't need a government! We just need all the things the government normally pays for!
The government shutdown is harming important scientific work in many ways, a Nature editorial this week reminds us.
As the first potentially deadly hurricane of the season nears the Gulf Coast, government employees are working around the clock...
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