The system identifies areas where environmental conditions might enhance transmission of dengue, Zika, chikungunya and other diseases carried by Aedes mosquitoes. It could find at-risk areas a month in advance.
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It’s one of the most complicated, difficult questions of the pandemic, and there are many ways to answer it, according to Earth Institute experts.
To protect the tribe from rising caseloads in Montana, the National Park Service and the Blackfeet Reservation worked together to close the park’s eastern border.
If we believe in our future and in our ability to come back from this catastrophe, the environmental bond act deserves our continued support.
Our collective community is struggling to respond to this disease, and I have confidence we will do so.
Researchers at Columbia are developing an app that Guinean communities can use to hold mining companies accountable for controlling the dust they produce, which can harm health and livelihoods.
Three out of five parents reported that their child had experienced physical health symptoms, and nearly one third reported that their child had mental health issues.
Ten years ago today, the broken pipeline from Deepwater Horizon was finally capped after spewing 168 million gallons into the Gulf of Mexico over 87 long days.
A Q&A with Jeffrey Schlegelmilch, author of a new book on potential future calamities, and how they may play off one another.
New study estimates that a ton of lead dust may have been deposited in parks, homes, and schools near the cathedral.