Findings suggest the 14-day quarantine period used around world strikes a good balance
Large biomes can break down like Jenga bricks once tipping point reached, research finds
Climate crisis threat for coastal residents continues to rise. Figure based on new analysis of coastlines is more than three times previous estimate.
As deaths in Rio Grande increase, Piedras Negras has buried unidentifiable bodies removed from water by first responders
Research shows a trillion trees could be planted to capture huge amount of carbon dioxide and fight the climate crisis.
Rachel Savage has an idea for young activists and Hannah Morrow wants a front-page reminder every day
- US National Climate Assessment details climate change impact
- Current response to crisis is insufficient, authors say
Permafrost ‘cement’ is evaporating, making rocks unstable and prone to collapse with many trails now deemed too dangerous to use
The lack of outrage at the US’s key role in this humanitarian disaster raises troubling questions