Berta Cáceres fought to protect native lands in Honduras — and paid for it with her life. She is one of hundreds of victims of a disturbing global trend — the killings of environmental activi...Read More
In 2015, disease wiped out 200,000+ adult saiga; now a new viral outbreak threatens Mongolia’s entire population. But these steppe antelope are resilient, and could recover, if protected from traffi...Read More
The onset of the sickening odor appears to have coincided with a petroleum spill at the Phillips 66 refinery the same evening but the source and composition of the fumes remain unconfirmed.
The order to start the yearslong unwinding of a 2015 rule would have little immediate effect. A similar move to ease greenhouse-gas limits is expected soon.
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Public Service Enterprise Group is still talking with state lawmakers about financial incentives for its fleet of nuclear power plants, but it is not saying much about the discussions, although it is ...Read More
Despite use by at least 52 countries around the world, both the National Academy of Sciences and the American Meteorological Society doubt cloud-seeding technology’s effectiveness.
Source: Env...Read More
Scientists across the country are planning to go to Washington — and take office. Shaughnessy Naughton is the founder of 314 Action a non profit that helps scientists run for office.
Source: E...Read More
An archaeologist found a jade pendant once belonging to an ancient Maya king in what we think of as the provinces of that world. Why was it buried? And might its inscriptions change our understanding ...Read More