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PLOS’ environmental science journals cover a broad range of topics, from agriculture and ecosystems, to the effects of environmental change on health, and resource management. Read some of the latest and most talked about research from across our portfolio.

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Saltwater intrusion and climate change impact on coastal agriculture, PLOS Water

Soil carbon sequestration through regenerative agriculture in the U.S. state of Vermont, PLOS Climate

Atmospheric science

Dust as a solar shield, PLOS Climate

Lethal heatwaves are challenging India’s sustainable development, PLOS Climate


Going beyond market-based mechanisms to finance nature-based solutions and foster sustainable futures, PLOS Climate

The high health risks of unaffordable water: An in-depth exploration of pathways from water bill burden to health-related impacts in the United States, PLOS Water

Environment and health

Socio-economic determinants for the deployment of Climate-Smart One-Health innovations. A meta-analysis approach prioritizing Ghana and Benin, PLOS Sustainability and Transformation

Differences in interference processing and frontal brain function with climate trauma from California’s deadliest wildfire, PLOS Climate

Environmental impacts

Is Decoupling GDP Growth from Environmental Impact Possible?, PLOS ONE

Charging plastic bags: Perceptions from Japan, PLOS Sustainability and Transformation

Plant-based protein products in the news: Mind the gap between innovation and public discourses, PLOS Sustainability and Transformation

Water resources and management

Making scarcity “enough”: The hidden household costs of adapting to water scarcity in Mexico City, PLOS Water

Factors Affecting Domestic Water Consumption in Rural Households upon Access to Improved Water Supply: Insights from the Wei River Basin, China, PLOS ONE

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