Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
The U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is prompting more than 1,400 mayors to make their own pledges.
A new study on human cooperation could shed light on why some take radical steps.
Fight or Flight? Grounding Planes Due to Onboard Violence. Resisting Air Rage becoming the New Normal
Onboard aggressiveness may be tied to class distinction, group dynamics, and destination. Today may be a good time to fly
The South American polka dot tree frog gives off an "intense greenish-blue glow" under UV light, scientists say.
I was sitting yesterday in Starbucks with a close professional friend and we were discussing 'being hungry' at work. Now
Dimock, Penn. Lawsuit Trial-Bound as Study Links Fracking to Water Contamination in Neighboring County
A recent peer-reviewed study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has confirmed what many fracking critics have argued for years: hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas can contaminate groundwater.
Another sign that climate change is a major contributor to the drop-off is the large increase in oaks, a tree the researchers
"I can understand why some people have concerns about it, and my coauthors and I are very sorry for the way the paper described
The Los Angeles Times covered the study Monday evening: The Environmental Protection Agency is significantly underestimating
A recent groundbreaking study led by Chinese and American scientists, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAC), documents how pollution from US- outsourced manufacturing in China blows back to California and the West Coast.