Airlines are promising net-zero emissions by 2050. To get there, they're experimenting with used cooking oil, ag waste and corn ethanol in their fuel tanks. But that alone won't be enough.
Emphatically yes. They will enable households to generate and store energy and provide a safe haven from extreme temperatures and an unreliable grid.
A new interactive map and analysis highlights more than 100 facilities that use and emit cancer-causing ethylene oxide gas into surrounding communities.
Are Black scientists welcome and included in STEM fields and institutions? Senior Outreach Coordinator Tosin Fadeyi reflects on those who cleared the way for her to become a scientist, and what changes still need to happen for true equity and inclusion.
Climate change is making oceans more acidic globally. Now, scientists are finding that large storms can send pulses of acidic water into bays and estuaries, further stressing fish and shellfish.
Atmospheric rivers can melt fragile new sea ice. When these storms arrive in waves, the sea ice doesn't have a chance to recover.
As climate change and overuse shrink Lake Powell, the emergent landscape is coming back to life – and posing new challenges
Lake Powell's existential crisis is a unique opportunity to save a treasured landscape.