Israel wants to be the 'startup nation' on clean technology
KETURA, Israel -- By night, Israel's Southern Arava Desert, an expanse of rippled sandy terrain, could almost be mistaken for the surface of the moon. By day, it sometimes feels more like the surface of the sun.
Study projects net increase in range and risk for malaria from climate change, though human factors still dominate
As the climate changes, some parts of the world will become more hospitable to malaria, putting more people at risk, but large uncertainties still loom over the models making these forecasts, according to a new study.