Energy & Science
Public consciousness of big problems—like climate change—often starts with risk modeling.
Professor Ed Hawkins is drawing on the nation’s reserves of excess time to transcribe more than a century of rainfall data.
There’s a hidden cost to the way Florida’s farmers bring in the sugar crop. Just visit the hospitals and measure the climate impact.
The coronavirus lockdown in Europe is leading to a drop in pollution that can be seen from space.
Natel Energy has developed a turbine that lowers construction costs for hydropower plants.
A new study shows high demand for biomass power could lead to better forest management.
New research shows that atmospheric behavior is returning to normal thanks to an international treaty.
With fewer airplane flights, meteorologists are losing a key source of data just before flood season starts.
Scientists thought the Denman Glacier was less vulnerable than the continent’s western coast, but it has receded almost three miles in two decades.