Interest in regenerative agriculture, which stores more carbon dioxide in the soil, is growing so fast that 250 soil health bills have been introduced in legislative bodies in the last two years.
To fight the rapid decline of coral species, the Center for Biological Diversity is filing a lawsuit seeking protective action by the federal government under the Endangered Species Act.
Seismometers deployed by NASA astronauts half a century ago have picked up surprising “moonquakes” on our 4.6-billion-year-old moon.
A new study found that fluorescent lights increase inflammation in the tissues and organs of animals.
The use of plastic bags in the Empire State—23 billion a year that mostly end up in landfills and waterways—will become illegal in March.
Installing floating solar panels on only a quarter of U.S. manmade reservoirs could generate about 10 percent of national energy needs.
Air pollution not only shortens lives, it makes psychotic experiences during adolescence more likely, new research shows.
A University of Pennsylvania scientific team has designed microscopic robots that can precisely and non-invasively remove teeth plaque.
Strong opposition is building against the federal approval of a massive copper mine in the midst of sacred indigenous land in Arizona that would have severe environmental impacts.
We can minimize our impact on nature while still enjoying it by using such strategies as buying tents made of recycled materials, forgoing single-use plastics, and packing our trash out instead of burning it.