Every day, people across the world will make decisions or innovations that affect the way Hoosiers live. We’ll track the changes so you’re ready for them.
British researchers found that dimming street lights for even part of the night can help nocturnal insects pollinate plants.
(Science Daily )
About 60 percent of the 124 wild coffee species worldwide could face extinction as a result of being isolated in a single geographic location and because of harvesting by the timber industry.
(Science Advances )
The western monarch butterfly population in California dropped alarmingly this winter, which could be a signal of the potential end of the species.
(Western Monarch Count Resource Center )
According to a new poll, nearly three-quarters of Americans said global warming is happening global warming and personally important.
(New York Times )
Scientists at the University of Washington have genetically modified a houseplant, pothos ivy, to remove harmful chemicals from the air.
(University of Washington )
Case aims to compel the government to slash greenhouse-gas emissions.
The administration’s clean-cars rollback is riddled with errors. In one case, it forgot to divide by four. In another, it accidentally deleted 700 billion miles of driving.
(The Atlantic )