University of Guelph researchers found Earth’s agricultural landmass could increase by one-third, including new farming in northern Canada and Russia, but not without environmental impacts.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign develop an energy-efficient device for purifying arsenic-contaminated water.
Scarce and valuable freshwater has played a role in conflicts as a target, tool, and weapon.
A trilayer plasma-deposited coating that encapsules maize to protect against infection by the fungal pathogen Fusarium graminearum.
Materials scientists who know their Dumas.
The 2018 water crisis that drew the world’s attention was the worst on record, threatening 4 million people.
Southern Mesopotamia, modern southern Iraq, was home to the world’s oldest cities and complex societies.
As research recognizes the importance of ecological impacts of drought to natural and human communities, drought planning processes need to better incorporate ecological impacts.
Reseachers from KAUST present their flexible and biofouling independent salinity sensors.
Researchers in Germany exploit enzymes to break down and recycle the most widely-used plastic for packaging.
Poplars and willows are sustainably grown to conserve or utilize water in a variety of applications.
Extended droughts, or droughts that are warmer or more frequent than they have been in the past, can have large consequences on water availability, forest productivity, and forest mortality.