Researchers have drawn on 17 years of data to develop a model that identifies areas in which the tick-borne illness is likely to emerge.
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Industrial farming in the temperate climates has been seen as the main cause of nitrogen pollution, but tropical agriculture emissions are catching up.
A new study suggests undetected cases, many of which were likely not severely symptomatic, were largely responsible for the rapid spread of the COVID-19 outbreak in China.
The three projects are among the top contenders in the 100&Change competition, selected from 755 proposals.
A paper released today presents a new global food system approach to climate-change research that brings together agricultural production, supply chains and consumption.
Women scientists play an essential role in the Earth Institute’s mission to understand how the planet works, how humans are changing it, and how to build a sustainable future.
In your Oscar speech, don’t just preach sustainability — wear it.
The award posthumously recognizes Takahashi’s research around ocean uptake of carbon dioxide emissions.
The climate justice essayist will work on creative projects and lead a reading group at Columbia for six months.
Thousands more people could die from injuries each year as rising temperatures in the United States affect people’s behavior, says a new study.