Solar geoengineering technologies cool the earth by reflecting sunlight back into space—but they pose many risks, challenges, and uncertainties.
More voters than ever before will cast their ballots by mail this year. How do we know it's reliable, and how it will make this year's election different?
The difference between a conventional hybrid electric vehicle, a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), battery electric vehicles (BEVs), and fuel cell electric vehicles explored.
The Union of Concerned Scientists is actively monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and its implications for scientific integrity.
The election is over, but the crises are all still here. We're arming the new administration with facts, evidence, and science.
The 2020 election is one of the most unusual in our lifetimes.
This webinar explores the broad and continually evolving landscape of science and climate litigation in the United States and around the world.
Forest firefighter and conservation biologist Jon Trapp talks about analyzing wildfires, close calls with endangered wolves, and the urgency of global warming.
This episode starts with part four of our series on who pays for climate damages followed by a replay of Dr. Naomi Oreskes discussing her book, Why Trust Science?
Global security expert Dr. Cameron Tracy discusses misconceptions about hypersonic weapons and how they could lead us into another arms race.