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Connecting to nature is good for kids – but they may...

Louise Chawla, University of Colorado Boulder As an environmental psychologist who works to improve young people’s access to nature, I recently completed a review that...

Preserving cultural and historic treasures in a changing climate may mean...

Erin Seekamp, North Carolina State University With global travel curtailed during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are finding comfort in planning future trips. But imagine...

We’ll see more fire seasons like 2020 – here’s a strategy...

Jennifer Balch, University of Colorado Boulder As of late fall, wildfires are still smoldering under snowfall in Colorado. I am hoping that the cold and...

A few heavy storms cause a big chunk of nitrogen pollution...

Chaoqun Lu, Iowa State University Some effects of extreme weather are visible – like half a million acres of flattened corn in Iowa left behind...

Where’s the sea ice? 3 reasons the Arctic freeze is unseasonably...

Mark Serreze, University of Colorado Boulder With the setting of the sun and the onset of polar darkness, the Arctic Ocean would normally be crusted...

How a government-linked foundation could speed the spread of new clean-energy...

David M. Hart, George Mason University To address climate change over the coming decades, all nations will need to transition to energy resources that emit...

Restoring seagrasses can bring coastal bays back to life

Robert J. Orth, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Jonathan Lefcheck, Smithsonian Institution, and Karen McGlathery, University of Virginia A century ago Virginia’s coastal lagoons were...

How 10 billion people could live well by 2050 – using...

Joel Millward-Hopkins, University of Leeds Forced contraception in exchange for aid is the solution. The problem is that there are too many of us. COVID-19 is nature’s...

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Leaveism: welcome to the dark side of 21st century flexible working

Ian Hesketh, University of Manchester and Cary Cooper, University of Manchester Most people are familiar with presenteeism, where employees spend many more hours at the...