Climate change is already affecting the health of populations around the world, but things are set to get worse if adequate changes aren’t made, according to an international consortium of climate experts.
Archive for month: October, 2017
Mention oil spills, and images of birds coated in black slime and a shiny slick on the ocean’s surface come to mind. But not all oil spills are the same.
A late-spring poll showed robust public displeasure at the tax increase, and that was evident this week at gas stations up and down Broadway in Sacramento.
Researchers say a combination of human activities and the El Niño weather phenomenon drove CO2 to a level not seen in 800,000 years.
Halloween is here, and we have a lot to be spooked about when it comes to the future role of science in this country.
America’s transportation sector is undergoing a profound shift toward cleaner and more efficient vehicles.
Naval Station Norfolk, home to the Atlantic Fleet, floods not just in heavy rains or during hurricanes. It floods when the sun is shining, too, if the tide is high or the winds are right. It floods all the time.
Electric cars emit significantly less greenhouse gases over their lifetimes than diesel engines even when they are powered by the most carbon intensive energy, a new report has found.
Hot on the heels of the Urban EV Concept shown at the Frankfurt show, Honda has another electric car, and it’s exactly what we as enthusiasts hoped for
Back when just about every oil pump jack in town was running, Tara Smith had more work than she could handle.