Policymakers depend on input from science but natural scientific disagreements can cloud policy-making.
Doctors have a new tool at their disposal to fight chronic health problems: prescriptions to go outside.
Even FIFA acknowledges climate change exists and required the World Cup hosts to mitigate its impact.
The BBC has taken a step towards correcting the relationship between science, politics and the media.
As Indonesians go to the polls, the future of the country’s forests hang in the balance.
The gas tax may not be popular but increasing it could be doubly beneficial.
The Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision makes the best of a bad situation caused by Congress.
Easy access to wilderness can drive regional growth that poses an existential threat to that wilderness.
Thermal improvements in historic buildings go a long way to reducing their energy consumption.
Starbucks has generously offered to pay employee’s college tuition but that’s no substitute for Federal support.