Every night, 17 video cameras scan the skies for meteors.
On July 27, the US Forest Service signed a new plan for managing public forest lands that lets tribes like the Karuk continue their tradition of controlled burns.
With the help of local scientists, the unincorporated community of Brandywine plans to collect its own air quality data to test the impacts of new power plants.
It has retreated, but the risk of what happens with a grounded iceberg is almost luck of the draw.
Container ships sometimes have a handful of passenger cabins—the peak of carbon emissions frugality.
For some researchers it’s a personal choice; other academic departments have to pay carbon offset fees.
The combined results of 24 different surveys of Antarctic ice loss suggest that the rate of melting has *tripled* in the last five years.