Researchers have long suspected that an ingredient in sunscreen called oxybenzone was harming corals, but no one knew how. A new study shows how corals turn oxybenzone into a sunlight-activated toxin.
Agreements negotiated a century ago to share water on Western rivers among states are showing their age in a time of water scarcity.
Tests found PFAS in school uniforms, pillows, upholstered furniture and several other items that are often next to children’s skin and near their noses and mouths.
When Indigenous peoples lose their river flow to dams, satellite programs like Landsat can help them fight for their resources.
You can’t photograph the inside of a twister, but radar offers some clues.
Has Putin hurt Russia by jolting Europe’s shift away from fossil fuels into high gear?
The regionalism that fuels the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry is also found in U.S. attitudes about energy production, a new study shows. That could have repercussions for the renewable energy transition.
More than half of all crocodile species are a high priority for conservation according to the assessment.
A new book lays out the connections between industries and politicians that are both stalling action on climate change and diminishing democracy.
Normally land-bound pathogens that cause deadly diseases for both humans and animals can cling to microplastics and end up in your seafood.
Grain and fertilizer shortages, higher shipping costs and a strong dollar are all pushing food prices up and increasing hunger in dozens of vulnerable countries.