Across the European Union, a grim acceptance is taking hold that London may not wish to reach a deal, and that the government’s actions may have already made one impossible even if it does.
Patagonia has a small but strong political statement for its customers.
Rising temperatures could shift US West Nile virus transmission: New model suggests climate change may increase the areas in the US with optimal temperatures for West Nile virus transmission
The results suggest that climate change could lead to the increased spread of West Nile virus in some places, while potentially causing a decrease in others, and provide insight on where and when these changes might occur.
A record 13.4 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection in the Central Sahel because of complex and fast-growing crises, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday.
A sustainable waste management system can be evolved only through public participation, a total change in attitude and policy clarity.
The reasons for the canopy openings range from regulated wood use to wind storms and forest fires.
For decades, farmers in California’s Kern County have turned to wastewater from oil production to help irrigate their crops during extended dry spells.
Voters are disproportionately old; marchers are disproportionately young.
At least five teachers have died from COVID-19 in the US since the school year began in August.
Oregon’s governor is seeking additional federal assistance as her state battles the deadly wildfires sweeping the western United States, and local residents pitched in on Tuesday to help the many people displaced by the blazes.