ABOARD THE DREDGE POTTER, on the Mississippi River — This ship is making sure that the Big River, shrinking under one of the worst droughts in modern history, stays deep enough.
- It's hard to tell what frustrates Todd Eggerling more -- the weather or Congress. Searing temperatures and drought scorched Eggerling's land in southeast Nebraska, leaving little grass to feed his 100 cattle.
Will 2012 go down as the year that left the idea of nuclear energy expansion in the hot, dry dust?
Please .. Get this out to the people of Louisiana ~~ The explosive power of 1.5 Million barrels of liquid butane is = approx 100 Hiroshima's
Environmental groups have petitioned the federal government to list the declining population of great white sharks off the coast of California as an endangered species.
Parasites look set to become more virulent because of climate change, according to a study showing that frogs suffer more infections from a fungus when exposed to unexpected swings in temperatures.
Parasites, which include tapeworms, the tiny organisms that cause malaria and funguses, may be more nimble at adapting to climatic shifts than the animals they live on since they are smaller and grow more quickly, scientists said.
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.