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The coronavirus pandemic has set back efforts to combat plastic pollution, as environmentally conscious Bay Area residents are forced to abandon their good habits while efforts on the state level to reduce waste face an uncertain future.
When your tomato plants won’t bear fruit during the dog days of summer, a team of Wake Forest researchers led by Gloria Muday will be in the lab, trying to find a plant that thrives despite the heat.
The Arizona-Sonora border region will receive over $255,000 to advance environmental projects, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced last week. Recipient organizations will match with an additional $100,000.
University of Arizona hurricane forecasters are predicting an above-average Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 through Nov. 30.
About a year ago, part of the Santa Cruz River had flowing water for the first time in around 80 years. The effects of returning water to a system like the Santa Cruz can greatly benefit riparian wildlife, plants and communities near the water.
Grundfos’ commitment to promoting sustainability is genuine, as evident by how it spearheads programs worldwide to help promote the efficient and sustainable use of water and energy.
Only one drought in the past 1,200 years comes close to the ongoing, global warming-driven event
Although socioeconomic factors affect countless other life outcomes, they do not predict the success of a citizen scientist, according to UArizona researchers working to make science accessible to communities living in the shadow of environmental contamination.
Meet three local civilian scientists who are taking time during the quarantine to record observations about the natural world.
Warmer ocean temperatures in the tropical Atlantic could fuel stronger storms.