Contrary to what many "climate deniers" might think, scientists don't spend their time researching whether "climate change is real and man-made". That's been scientific knowledge for a while. Rather, current climate change research is focused on the possible consequences of a warming planet — and finding potential solutions. To help you stay up to date…
Compared to non-active modes of commuting, cycling to work is associated with a higher risk of injury but also a lower risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and premature death.
According to a new study, the U.S. president can lower a company's stock price with a negative tweet that mentions them by name.
Even if everyone follows them to a tee, the water conservation recommendations communicated by public advocacy programs would fail to alleviate water stress in most U.S. counties, according to new research.
A new study has found that climate-adaptive fishery management reforms could lead to higher catches and profits than business-as-usual for most countries.
A new study that surveyed Swiss citizens found that most of them expect significant changes to the energy sector by 2050, but many are not comfortable with the direction it is going.
A new experimental study used electric zaps to help chronically constipated women go to the toilet more frequently.