Agriculture is responsible for a quarter of greenhouse emissions, but who pays for these environmental costs?
For several weeks after considering the ethics of eating meat, participants in an experiment changed their eating habits.
Humans churn out about 30 gigatons (30,000,000,000 tons) of material every year.
Carbon dating allows us to know exactly when ice was melted for drinking water in pre-Columbian America.
"Our mission is to completely replace the use of animals as a food technology by 2035," said Patrick O. Brown at the 2020 Web Summit.
A study finds 1.8 billion trees and shrubs in the Sahara desert.
Perhaps downhill and cross-country skiers don't face the fate of potters, typesetters and saddlers, but their situation is certainly unclear.
We're in an era of 'megafires'.
Rocks from two hundred million years ago show us how everything died and how nothing is new.
Researchers figure out the average temperatures of the last ice age on Earth.
Declining bee populations could lead to increased food insecurity and economic losses in the billions.
The complacent majority needs to step up and call for action on climate change.
If Arctic ice continues to melt at its projected rate, the bears will go extinct due to starvation by the end of the century according to a first-ever projected timeline.
A study finds people are more influenced by what the other party says than their own. What gives?
Frequent shopping for single items adds to our carbon footprint.
What would happen if the U.S. guaranteed every citizen a job with a living wage and benefits?
Solar geoengineering ideas could weaken storms in both hemispheres, scientists find.
It's one of the nation's worst oil spills on record.
Or is doubt a self-fulfilling prophecy?
Sweden tops the ranking for the third year in a row.
An open letter predicts that a massive wall of rock is about to plunge into Barry Arm Fjord in Alaska.