Plus Bezos’ billions, a retreat from an oil sands project, and more in this week’s roundup of climate news.
If COVID-19 spreads in the U.S., hospitals have ways to prepare. Public health experts explain why more testing and protecting healthcare workers will be key.
‘Mass timber’ receives praise for its carbon sink potential, while concrete and steel reinvent themselves to curb emissions.
As swarms the size of cities devastate food supplies, both residents and experts in East Africa are looking for solutions to the locust pest problem.
Changes in how countries are diagnosing infection with the coronavirus can make shifting numbers difficult to interpret.
Science historian Lydia Pyne on how “genuine fakes” live in a gray area between real and fake.