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Environmentalists celebrate, but say tackling widespread plastic pollution needs national and global-level action
SRI methods generate higher rice yields using less water
The UN climate summit in New York decided nothing – but it has helped put climate change back on the agenda
Diving into the life of renowned oceanographer Sylvia Earle
How to make your voice heard in the environmental review process
Longwall coal mining is sinking farmland in Illinois
A trip to a tar sands conference and trade show offers a glimpse into the oil industry’s Id
When islands disappear in Bangladesh or crops fail in India, we're not looking at abstract numbers, but at people who may be part of our extended families
Corporate apologists are going to be most threatened by the moral message that religious and social justice groups brought to the airwaves.
Largest climate protest in history draws comparisons to the first Earth Day action in Manhattan 44 years ago
Why we still need wilderness in the era of climate change
Activists tackle big-picture questions while traveling across the country for Sunday’s big march in NYC
Beyond appealing to powers-that-be, climate justice movements need to focus on creating systemic change to address the climate crisis
Trio of bills may put California on the path to groundwater sustainability
USFWS plans to shower world’s most mice-infested archipelago with rodenticide-infused food pellets.
Vertical farms are gaining traction from Illinois to Singapore, but questions remain about their role in urban agriculture.
New study only relevant to the Eastern Pacific Ocean; other blue whale populations around the world remain severely depressed
The US Forest Service is beginning to decommission some of its roads, opening the way for a wildlife comeback
Voters must decide whether the bond can lead the state toward a sustainable water future