2015 study in the journal Science consolidates a wide variety of new research findings to provide a sweeping picture of potential ocean species loss in the near future.
2014 review of recent research on the relationship between the presence of urban vegetation or green space and human health and well-being.
2014 study published in Environmental Health Perspectives models four different approaches for increasing bicycle use and details their costs, effectiveness and health impacts.
2014 study published in International Food and Agribusiness Journal Review on U.S. and Canadian consumers’ perceptions of the terms “organic” and “local.”
2014 study from the University of Pennsylvania showing how urbanization can foster economic growth in the developing and developed world.
A 2014 study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences analyzing how five land-use scenarios affect future change in U.S. urban areas, forests, rangeland and more.
2014 review of research on cycling and 10 ideas for reporting on your community, whether it has a well-established cycling culture or there’s a long road ahead.
2014 study by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on ways that nations, states, regions and municipalities can act to limit or reverse harmful trends in greenhouse-gas emissions.
2014 review of research concludes that, in order to ensure corporate social responsibility, voluntary regulation proves inadequate.
2013 research on how legislators and other public officials get an honest representation of what scientists know, by Debra Javeline, University of Notre Dame.