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‘Managed retreat’ from climate disasters can reinvent cities so they’re better...

A.R. Siders, University of Delaware and Katharine Mach, University of Miami June’s record-breaking heat wave left more than 40...

Plants might be able to tell us about the location of...

Neal Stewart, University of Tennessee The notion of plants talking to us about dead people sounds like a bad horror movie. But that’s the theme...

Families can support kids’ mental health whether they’re learning remotely or...

Erika Bocknek, Wayne State University The choice between in-person learning, where available, and remote learning is a fraught one for parents. Children experience joy and...

Rising seas threaten hundreds of Native American heritage sites along Florida’s...

Jayur Mehta, Florida State University and Tara Skipton, Florida State University Native North Americans first arrived in Florida approximately 14,550 years ago. Evidence for these...

Sexual selection in action: Birds that attract multiple mates change their...

Nicole Creanza, Vanderbilt University and Kate Snyder, Vanderbilt University How do individuals choose their mates? Why are some more successful at attracting mates than others? These...

An Indian perspective on the Poland climate meeting: Not much help...

Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan The international climate change conference that concluded in Katowice, Poland on Dec. 15 had limited ambitions and expectations – especially...

Protecting wetlands helps communities reduce damage from hurricanes and storms

Siddharth Narayan, University of California, Santa Cruz and Michael Beck, University of California, Santa Cruz 2017 was the worst year on record for hurricane damage...

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Patrick Rooney, IUPUI and Jon Bergdoll, IUPUI As the new coronavirus pandemic sends the economy into a tailspin, Patrick Rooney, an economist at the Indiana...