As we push the limits of agriculture to feed more people in a warmer world, we do not understand how plants sense temperature. In a surprising turn of events, scientists at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina and Washington University in St. Louis have just learned that plant light sensors also respond to temperature. […]
Leaders of developing countries might have a more crucial task — to enhance the public awareness of the environmental crisis the world is facing, and to provide alternative solutions for industry
Taylor Blevin, undergraduate student, had the opportunity to travel to Paris for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and Pratim Biswas, PhD, give talks during international energy conference in Mumbai, India.
James Wertsch, Shen Dingli and Swaran Singh say the substantial carbon emission targets announced by the world’s major economies are raising hope for a comprehensive climate change agreement in Paris.
A two-degree temperature shift could lead to environmental extremes and mass extinctions, experts warn.
For thousands of years, Mother Nature has taken the blame for tremendous human suffering caused by massive flooding along the Yellow River.