A half-trillion dollars is starting to work its way through the US economy, remaking climate technology along the way.
Editing the genomes of our gut bacteria will “create a whole new field of biology” in the coming decades, a Nobel prize-winning geneticist has said at the opening of a...
A Costa Rican flower has turned this foe into friend, according to a new study. One species of the so-called arum plant has evolved to attract a species of plant bug instead of a typical beetle pollinator, helping them spread their pollen far and wide.
The Arctic is warming at least twice as fast as the rest of the planet, setting off complicated feedback loops that accelerate change. Lightning, a warm-weather phenomenon is becoming all too common in the North Pole, and can cause harmful Arctic wildfires.
While wind farms have been erected on land and sea for decades, Hywind Scotland is the first to float. The approach enables wind farms in much deeper water where there are often stronger winds, opening up large areas to renewable energy.
Researchers have identified a powerful source of cloud-making aerosols in remote environments: iodine. Even the smallest modifications in the behavior of aerosols could have massive implications, namely accelerating melting in the Arctic region.
Research indicates that seaweed could be a powerful tool in reducing greenhouse gases emitted by livestock. Adding a small amount of a particular species of seaweed called asparagopsis to a cow's diet can decrease the amount of methane produced by 98 percent.