Almost one-quarter of the world’s population lives in regions where groundwater is being used up faster than it can be replenished, concludes a comprehensive global analysis of groundwater depletion, published this week in Nature1.
Jane Kleeb is a savvy activist who, Nebraska’s Republican governor once said, “has a tendency to shoot her mouth off most days.”
By now, most thinking people know there's got to be a solution to the oil problem. Not only is oil a dirty fuel that pollutes the environment, it's also expensive and has been the cause of war or really the killing of other members of our species.
As competition for clean water grows, some of the world's biggest companies have joined forces to create unprecedented maps of the precious resource that flows beneath our feet.
MORE THAN 100 million people worldwide are exposed to dangerous levels of toxic chemicals.
Ending forest clearance would not save some species from the effects of decades of destruction, scientists find
These are tough times getting tougher. We all should know by now that stress may be the number one catalyst for bad health. But denial is not the answer.
UK company wants to unleash genetically modified insects in the Keys, but residents fear not enough is known about the insects
You have no doubt heard about the obesity epidemic among humans, but believe it or not, the animal kingdom is also battling the bulge, and what's more, veterinarians and researchers see lots of similarities between the species that could lead to better outcomes for both man and beast.