Emphasizing the environmental benefits of energy-efficient lightbulbs makes conservatives less likely to buy those products, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy o
Cars can spread seeds among fragmented grasslands, taking the place of livestock that are now confined to small patches of land, scientists say.
Anthrax, a disease caused by bacteria, kills wild animals around the world.
Ocean acidification could improve some fish’s hearing, scientists report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Sure, living near a park can increase your happiness. But by how much?
A lot, according to a new study in Psychological Science.
The use of prolonged baiting for bears increases the chances that wolves will attack hunting dogs, scientists report.
Some hunters use bait such as sweets to attract black bears.
Monkeys in Ecuador can distinguish threatening humans from those who don’t pose a significant danger, according to a study in PLOS ONE.
Strict lawn care rules enforced by homeowners associations are prompting people to use more fertilizer, which can pollute streams, bays, and other bodies of water, researchers say.
As hunters snatch up antelopes in Africa, some species’ horns are getting shorter.
Greenhouse gas emissions associated with producing computers are about half as high as they were about a decade ago, a study in Environmental Science & Technology suggests.