Articles by Matt Simon
Conflict forced scientists to abandon a gene bank, but not before duplicating their last remnants of essential crops in the Svalbard vault on a remote Arctic island.
If the U.S. brought back the Great Depression’s massive worker program, it could put millions of Americans back to work — and help stave off disasters like wildfires.
Every summer, an atmospheric event propels desert dust thousands of miles across the Atlantic. This year is particularly bad, and timed terribly with Covid-19.
The supply chain for traditional meat is buckling. Plant-based alternatives are filling the void.