Latino children who live in areas with higher levels of air pollution have a heightened risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, according to a new USC-led study.
With new methods of reconstruction, climate researchers in Bern have been able to demonstrate that some 9,000 to 5,000 years ago, the Mediterranean climate was considerably warmer than previous stu
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A new Duke University study has found high levels of selenium in fish in three North Carolina lakes receiving power plants’ coal ash waste.
When developing oil and gas well pads, the vegetation and soil are removed to level the areas for drilling and operations.
Native to North and South America, armyworm, a kind of caterpillar that burrows deep into corncobs and more than 100 other kinds of plants, was detected on the African continent last year.
On Europe’s northern margins, lightly populated Norway has been at the cutting edge of electromobility for years, even decades now.
Nitrogen deposition caused by human activities can lead to an increased phytoplankton production in boreal lakes.
Decades after a uranium mine is shuttered, the radioactive element can still persist in groundwater at the site, despite cleanup efforts.
Wildlife ecologists who study the effects of climate change assume, with support from several studies, that warming temperatures caused by climate change are forcing animals to move either northwar
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