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Bad news for the 2022 hurricane season: The Loop Current, a...

Nick Shay, University of Miami The Atlantic hurricane season starts on June 1, and the Gulf of Mexico is...

6 months after the climate summit, where to find progress on...

Rachel Kyte, Tufts University Six months ago, negotiators at the United Nations’ Glasgow climate summit celebrated a series of...

Corals and sea anemones turn sunscreen into toxins – understanding how...

Djordje Vuckovic, Stanford University and Bill Mitch, Stanford University Sunscreen bottles are frequently labeled as “reef-friendly” and “coral-safe.” These...

How treaties protecting fossil fuel investors could jeopardize global efforts to...

Rachel Thrasher, Boston University; Blake Alexander Simmons, Colorado State University, and Kyla Tienhaara, Queen's University, Ontario Fossil fuel companies...

The Southwest is on fire, iconic deserts and towns are at...

Molly Hunter, University of Arizona New Mexico and Arizona are facing a dangerously early fire season. It has left...

Is it possible to heal the damage we have already done...

Scott Denning, Colorado State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages....

Achoo! 5 essential reads for pollen season

Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation As spring expands across North America, trees, shrubs and flowers are releasing pollen. This fine,...

Redwood trees have two types of leaves, scientists find – a...

Alana Chin, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Coast redwoods are amazing trees that scientists have studied for generations....

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