by Lindsey Kennedy
As plastic production rises, so does the need for its biodegradable replacement.
A selection of books that pique our interest.
Bioaccumulation of pesticides on food can lead to a much higher concentration of toxins in the environment than is originally intended, with disastrous consequences.
Although civilization-building computer games can be an informative way for young people to learn the famous leaders of history, they forget the most important thing about carving a path through history: true consequence.
How Big Oil is responding to the anti-carbon movement with the purported benefits of carbon-based fuels and visions of a better world.
Encouraging news about clean energy and climate activism rises but does so in the shadow of dire scientific evidence about our environment.
As nuclear weapons were tested and uranium was extracted in the American West during the Cold War era, the inhabitants of the Great Basin region — now commonly referred to as downwinders — were exposed to radiation.
Now that China joined the fight against pollution, documentaries depicting the country’s environmental issues are finally getting their due attention.
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