Column: By reexamining early experiments, scientists draw new conclusions.
Nobel Prizes honor men and women who've made the world a better place.
Researchers track China’s plume of pollution. What effect did Olympic hiatus have?
Column: Overfishing, a potential mollusk invasion, and the rise of slime threaten ocean ecology.
It's not every day that a major urban center suddenly puts the brakes on its industrial emissions. As Beijing tries to clear the air for the Olympic Games, one researcher is jumping at the chance to observe how the atmosphere is responding to what's being called the "great shutdown."
To raise cash, some science and environmental groups will let donors name species for a fee.
When you tip the balance, a cascade of other changes may occur.
Unregulated fishing fleets work fast and deep, but rising cost of fuel may rein them in before laws do.
It pays to think small when forecasting environmental change.