Considering the specific ecosystem is vital when investigating the radioactive contamination of freshwater settings, new study saysRead More
The findings imply changes in beach ranks enable to discuss policy priorities. This unique approach applies to a wide variety of climate-vulnerable ecosystem services.
A study estimates global-scale, multi-sectoral economic impacts of climate change, and suggests that a plausible range of decisions and actions by humans can determine the scale of the economic impacts, even if the uncertainty in the climate response to increased greenhouse gas concentration is considered.
A new study published in Scientific Reports revealed that the impact of pre-modern ironwork starting over 1000 years ago can still be seen in the distributions of small mammals in Japan today.
The team identified smart and inclusive climate policy designs where the risk of food-security for hundreds of millions of people could be addressed at a relatively modest cost.