Raised farming beds used by the Amazon’s earliest inhabitants could lead the way for a sustainable ecosystem.
Coral reefs could survive in more acidic oceans.
Though it may seem like a paradox, a lack of water could drown coastal Louisiana. Every hour, an area of land approximately the size of a football field disappears. Mostly to blame are…
NASA scientists reveal that the oldest, thickest sea ice is disappearing at a faster rate than the younger and thinner ice.
Small particles released into the stratosphere could improve food security, but may have unseen consequences for Earth’s climate.
Atmospheric radiocarbon absorbed by the mosses during 1950s and 60s nuclear tests indicate significant climate change in East Antarctica.
Scientists may have resolved the debate about when oxygen was first produced on Earth.
There is a window for crop adaption against the effects of climate change, according to scientists.
A large body size or the ability to raft on flotsam across an ocean may help tropical fish spread to new homes.
The growth rings of alpine shrubs can provide a clue to past climatic conditions.