Fires in the far north may impact forests’ ability to store carbon.
Crop scientists are tackling fertilizer runoff with woodchips, bacteria, and a trench.
Yesterday, India reported nearly 380,000 new COVID-19 cases in just one day. And the number of deaths has reached nearly 4,000.
In a new illustrated guide, futurist Rose Eveleth dives into the slippery nature of predicting what might come next.
In a graphic anthology of possible futures, astronauts embarking on a moon settlement operation explore justice in space.
California stresses equity for minority groups. Texas is all about personal choice and liberty. Both states face roadblocks.
Massachusetts’ Vineyard Wind offshore wind farm has been in the planning stage for years. Now, the project may finally be going forward.
The population of one of the most common hummingbird species in the U.S. is plummeting. Climate change may be the culprit.
From participation in sports to accessing medical care, over 30 state legislatures are weighing anti-trans proposals.
Two medical providers discuss how gender-affirming healthcare helps transgender kids—and adults—figure out who they are. Plus, what opponents get wrong about what this care does.
Since 1979, Robert Bullard has studied the disproportionate impacts of pollution on communities of color. He reflects on the past and future of the environmental justice movement.