China admits it’s facing limits to its growth, while Spain faces limits to speed on its highways, as a gas-saving measure
New study finds that extreme approaches work best, but come with risks
In a clarion call to other developing nations, Bangladesh is girding itself against the hazards of a warmer world
Computer simulations suggest a plan to cover the Sahara desert with trees could fight global warming
Azam Khan Swati aims to make Pakistan’s science more practical and useful
Researchers are uncovering a wetter world under the Antarctic ice than they ever imagined. But it’s far from clear which life forms call this extreme environment home.
After a 6-year pause to consider the risks of environmental contamination, a Russian research team will resume drilling through the Antarctic ice.
In Europe and the U.S., there’s little new activity in the nuclear power industry, but Asia has big plans for nuclear
Many countries plan to lock their nuclear waste underground for millennia, but will their plans really work for the long-run?
A string of buildings reminiscent of a caterpillar on skis has won a design competition for a new science center in Antarctica