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After mass shootings like Uvalde, national gun control fails – but...

Christopher Poliquin, University of California, Los Angeles Calls for new gun legislation that previously failed to pass Congress are...

Who owns the beach? It depends on state law and tide...

Thomas Ankersen, University of Florida As Americans flock to beaches this summer, their toes are sinking into some of...

Engineers and economists prize efficiency, but nature favors resilience – lessons...

Moshe Y. Vardi, Rice University Takeaways: The damage from Winter Storm Uri, the economic devastation from...

For Black cowboys – from inner-city Philly to small-town Texas –...

Nick Lehr, The Conversation Photographer Ron Tarver grew up in Fort Gibson, a small town in Oklahoma where horses,...

The Texas blackouts showed how climate extremes threaten energy systems across...

Roshanak (Roshi) Nateghi, Purdue University Pundits and politicians have been quick to point fingers over the debacle in Texas...

Power outages across the Plains: 4 questions answered about weather-driven blackouts

Michael E. Webber, University of Texas at Austin Editor’s note: Amid record cold temperatures and skyrocketing energy demand, utilities...

It’s time for states that grew rich from oil, gas and...

Bradley Handler, Colorado School of Mines; Matt Henry, University of Wyoming, and Morgan Bazilian, Colorado School of Mines These are very challenging times for U.S....

The US isn’t in a second wave of coronavirus – the...

Melissa Hawkins, American University After sustained declines in the number of COVID-19 cases over recent months, restrictions are starting to ease across the United States....

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Redrawing the map could reveal ocean garbage patch culprits

By Erik van Sebille and Gary Froyland Most of us have littered at one time or another, and in the process we probably contributed to...