Climate change will lead to a less secure, more crisis-prone world that will strain global institutions, according to a major national security assessment released Thursday. Driving the news: The “Global Trends Report,” produced every four years by the National Intelligence…
The number of wildfires in West Virginia nearly doubled in the first three months of this year compared with the same period of a year ago, forestry officials said.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) and top state lawmakers are expected to announce as soon as today a plan to spend $500 million on wildfire prevention efforts.
Rhode Island lawmakers have passed a wide-ranging bill to address climate change that would require the state to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, and Gov. Daniel McKee (D) has indicated he will sign it.
Former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said yesterday that the federal government should compel businesses to reduce emissions and address climate change because corporations would resist taking steps voluntarily if they think it would hurt their bottom line.
(Southern Methodist University) Doran I.G. Bennett, a theoretical chemist at SMU, has received a Human Frontier Science Program grant to study how photosynthesis uses sunlight to support growth in changing environments.
Bird Protectors Built a Giant Sandcastle to Ensure These Martins Have a Nesting Home For Years to Come
Conservationists realized they needed more than a bucket and shovel to build a 400-ton sand castle large enough to be an attractive home for sand martins to roost in England. To help the tiny birds they needed big machines—and building a sandbank large enough for them to build their nests in required the help of […]
Around 80 million years ago, as tyrannosaurs ruled the Northern Hemisphere, Llukalkan aliocranianus – or the âone who causes fearâ – flourished in the southern continents.
A patient with a genetic form of childhood blindness gained vision, which lasted more than a year, after receiving a single injection of an experimental RNA therapy into the eye. The gene editing research was conducted at the Perelman School of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. Results of the case, detailed in a paper […]
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