In a new op-ed, Chris Field and AAAS CEO Rush Holt says that attacks on the integrity of climate scientists are red herrings that distract Americans from the imminent threat of a rapidly warming world.
It’s been five years since a 2011 earthquake hit Japan, including a devastating tsunami that led to the meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant. So, where stands the aftermath of the power plant disaster? Has the crisis subsided?
Earthquakes triggered by oil and gas activity can be stopped if states work to get ahead of the problem, said Stanford Earth's Mark Zoback during a presentation at the University of Texas at Arlington.