A Maryland effort to hold poultry companies responsible for their manure could be the first legislation in the nation to do so.
From wallets to antibacterial fabric, once discarded fish waste is undergoing a transformation.
Its approach appears to be what a plant breeder might do if collaborating with a microbiologist on speed.
The island nation uses recycled water, desalinization and artificial reservoirs to meet water demand.
A new study in young children sheds new light on the importance of cumulative exposures.
Environmentalists warn that such incidents could increase if a new power plant is built nearby.
Entrepreneurs are creating cutting-edge agriculture systems using some of the world’s oldest designs.
A new installation in one of Pittsburgh’s toughest neighborhoods could be symbolic of a brighter future.
A new strategy is emerging in the effort to get students eating healthier food.
By transforming spoiled food into fertilizer, one startup is helping supermarkets become part of the solution to slow down climate change.
Researchers find that sterile monocropping does not result in fewer pathogens in produce.
The Cannery is the area’s first housing development centered around a working farm.
In the world’s second largest hub for tea production, family farmers are working to get it on a greener track.
Two young entrepreneurs designed the device to cut deaths from indoor air pollution in the developing world.
As lemur populations drop, the importance of their droppings to Madagascar’s rainforest health rises.
A university student has discovered a virus that searches out and destroys bacteria ravaging honey bee hives.
Scientists are developing technology mimicking intricate root systems to monitor pollution and improve food safety.
New technology is being developed to map the world’s forests, giving policymakers a better idea of how much carbon they really hold.
Scientists predict up to a 50 percent chance of a mega-drought in the American West this century—and it’s almost certain we’ll be hit with a decade-long dry spell.
Can a sonar device that measures water underground be a game changer for California’s severe drought?