An explainer page about the health threats posed by Ethylene Oxide (EtO) to workers and communities
As COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available, it's important to have access to reliable scientific information. Here are answers to the most common questions.
Solar geoengineering technologies cool the earth by reflecting sunlight back into space—but they pose many risks, challenges, and uncertainties.
This interactive map allows you to download district-specific fact sheets for all 433 Congressional districts in the contiguous United States.
This series of interactive maps presents an original analysis that quantifies the health and economic impacts of extreme heat on the outdoor workers in a changing climate.
President Biden promised to make stronger federal science a priority for his administration. How well is the administration performing in turning this promise into action?
The Union of Concerned Scientists released a new report titled “Too Hot to Work,” which examines the effects of extreme heat on outdoor workers’ health and livelihoods.
On August 4, 2021, UCS and Japan's New Diplomacy Initiative will hold a virtual discussion on how Japan can move beyond nuclear deterrence.
There's a lot more hype than new technology when it comes to these expensive weapons.
Researcher Casey Kalman discusses how chemical facilities can prepare for worsening climate change and natural disasters.
Vehicles expert Dr. David Reichmuth discusses the pros and cons of the new electric pickup truck.
Economist Rebecca Boehm and Nina Lakhani, journalist at The Guardian, expose the harms of chicken production practices at Tyson.
Climate scientist Dr. Rachel Licker discusses how climate change will affect outdoor worker’s health and earnings.