The shale boom centered in North Dakota lifts U.S. oil production, but the unexpected resurgence won’t lessen petroleum’s cost.
Wind energy may do more than improve farm income. When sited in agricultural fields, turbines may help crops to grow, new research indicates.
Unexplained trend maybe due to warming and natural cycles, expert says
Small-scale rainwater harvesting and new crops could fill the gap
A new report gives the most comprehensive river assessment yet
Action inside forested countries and on the international market has slowed illegal logging
New research suggests that Asian rivers won’t run dry as the planet heats up—but tens of millions will still suffer severe shortages
A new look at crop rotations show farms could cut their energy use and still stay in business
In a warmer world, the western Atlantic may suffer far more intense hurricanes by the end of the century
A huge explosion called a gamma-ray burst reached Earth earlier this year, after a journey of more than 13 billion years