Our science research
October 25, 2018A combination of data collection and statistical models can reduce the amount of time and investment required to produce accurate maps of air pollution in neighborhoods
September 5, 2018Intermittently flooded rice farms can emit very high rates of nitrous oxide (N2O) as compared to continuously flooded farms that predominantly emit methane, according to a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
June 26, 2018Methane leak data is available for utilities, researchers and academic bodies.
June 21, 2018This report provides the results of a pilot project testing water for lead in child care centers and identified recommendations to better protect children at these facilities.
January 24, 2018A new EDF report shows how technological innovation is growing the clean energy economy while fighting climate change. Here are the main takeaways.
November 8, 2017A new bio-economic model shows the great promise of sustainable fishing
October 31, 2017Around the world, scientists are tracking climate change. We can curb it. Here are the facts.
October 24, 2017Making the invisible, visible with new chemical-detecting technology
October 23, 2017Simple new wristbands illuminate the presence of chemicals in our everyday environment
October 18, 2017EDF is working to reform toxicity testing in the U.S.
October 12, 2017A report by EDF tallies billions of pounds of chemicals in the American marketplace that are known or strongly suspected to cause increasingly common disorders.
October 6, 2017Paper and model quantify what it will take to get sustained benefits from natural gas.