As plummeting oil prices threaten bankruptcy for hundreds of U.S. oil companies, a Texas official is opening up talks with the foreign cartel.
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While hiding inconvenient facts may not be the intention behind EPA’s COVID-19 policy, it could very well be its effect.
New GPS data show birds adjust to shifting snow conditions as climate warms
In addition to its devastating impact on human life, the coronavirus pandemic is creating significant setbacks for climate research.
The coronavirus pandemic provides mandatory lessons in sustainability.
Through ‘EI Live,’ experts from across the Earth Institute will share their work through live lectures, interactive activities, and demos. The series launches April 6.
If we can replace bluster and improvisation with measured, calm and rational decision-making, we can rise to this occasion.
Researchers long ago predicted that the 1987 Montreal Protocol, banning ozone-depleting gases, would reverse a worrisome trend in Southern Hemisphere winds. A new study shows they were right.
Positions are available for 9 different courses. Deadline to apply is April 26.
Earth Institute experts in public health and disaster response are publishing leading-edge findings and advising governments on the coronavirus pandemic. Researchers are also examining the local and global fallout for environment, climate, energy and health systems, philanthropy, culture and education.