Understanding why some people are especially vulnerable to climate change is an important step toward developing effective climate change response measures.
A hierarchical perspective should be dropped in favor of a framework that recognizes organisms as an integral part of the environment.
Irreducible uncertainty of the effects of policy change on climate change brought about by the Paris agreement is discussed.
Guanidine-based nanogels for durable antibacterial and bacterially antiadhesive textiles.
Looking at the past and towards the future of contingent valuation and rural potable water systems.
Social influence strategies for reducing water demand.
The Classic Period Maya cities of Caracol and Tikal possessed unique urban morphologies of water management.
Drones and three-dimensional modelling methods provide us with the most detailed picture yet of some of the most dynamic environments on the...
Unifying river corridor science through systematic re-evaluation of methods in the context of broader conceptual models and quantitative theory.
A nano-filter that can rapidly clean dirty water over 100 times faster than current technologies.