Scientists used a mathematical model to understand human impact and threats to the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Researchers wanted to know why the populations of the most expensive fungus in the world – the caterpillar fungus – are declining.
Researchers wanted to know how many current or future power plants people could run while complying with the Paris climate agreement, which set a worldwide goal for limiting greenhouse gases.
Scientists wanted to find out whether marine organisms would move in quickly if uninhabited coastal land gets flooded.
Scientists wanted to know if it’s possible to redesign nuclear power stations so that they can run on nuclear waste.
Scientists wanted to find out what effect climate change will have on penguins in Antarctica.
Researchers wanted to know if human-caused climate change has an impact on fish growth and abundance.
Scientists wanted to develop more climate-friendly biofuels by applying conservative management strategies for the crops.
Scientists wanted to find out how consumption in our everyday life affects climate change.
Scientists try to find out how much of the world’s ocean should be protected to ensure the health of its ecosystem and all of the services and benefits it provides to us.