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Is the species that dwells peacefully within its habitat with respect for the rights of other species the one that is inferior? Or is it the species that wages a holy war against its habitat, destroying all species that irritate it? Paul Watson questions man's monopoly on advanced brain power, and finds a planet suffused with a far deeper intelligence than our own.
Three and a half years after the most devastating nuclear accident in a generation, Fukushima Daiichi is still in crisis. So much radiation still pulses inside the crippled reactor cores that no one has been able to get close enough to survey the full extent of the destruction.
A new study suggests that in children with autism, something in the process of pruning synapses goes awry, leaving an oversupply of synapses in at least some parts of the brain.
Thousands of people in the Lower Yatta Sub-County in Kitui are now exposed to dangerous diseases from the highly polluted Athi River waters. Lab tests on the water show the river is contaminated with industrial chemicals.
China’s Ministry of Agriculture has decided not to renew biosafety certificates that allowed research groups to grow genetically modified rice and corn.
Environmentalists and a South Florida community want to limit aerial spraying for mosquitoes — saying it's ineffective and harmful to wildlife.
Fifty years ago, the rapidly subsiding groundwater throughout the West brought urgent calls for action. Arizona responded. So did Colorado, Oregon, Texas -- yes, Texas -- and others. But not California. It is the only western state that does not have a groundwater management program.
Now comes word that a couple of nasty chemical compounds — perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) — have contaminated drinking water supplies in two adjoining townships. And that the culprit is likely the U.S. Navy.
Genetically engineered products, will not by themselves feed the poor or heal the sick. But the world needs crops that demand less from the environment and provide more nutrition, using less water, on the same amount of land. Without relying on progress and the advance of science, as we have for centuries, it’s simply not going to happen.
A recent report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) suggests that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should improve the way it analyzes regulations. Critics have been quick to trumpet the EPA's "failure," but in reality, the EPA deserves an A (or at least an A-).
What is scientific about prohibiting the Wisconsin DNR from considering whether there are safer places to store mine waste than right next to the mine at the headwaters of the Bad River watershed?
Feeding an ever-expanding population without further harming the Earth presents one of the greatest challenges of our time, perhaps of all time. Many scientists are convinced that we can hope to meet those demands only with help from the advanced tools of plant genetics. Vandana Shiva disagrees; she looks upon any seed bred in a laboratory as an abomination.
Last week, Environmental Protection Agency investigators traveled to Uniontown, Alabama, to interview residents and activists who say a local landfill that accepted much of the Tennessee coal ash is polluting air and water sources nearby, causing people who live in the area to become sick.
A Michigan State University environmental toxicology professor presented part two of the results from the 2013 dead bird collection in St. Louis, Michigan, and, American robins eggs collected contained DDT levels far above those found to induce death in laboratory settings.
The growing debate over genetically modified food and farming in Hawaii has attracted more than $77,000 so far this year to influence political elections, according to an analysis of state campaign spending data and additional financial information.
The EPA is responsible for protecting human health at 1,700 hazardous waste sites across the country through the Superfund program. But an EPA "cleanup" does not mean all toxics are gone.
The United States has made progress in reducing dangerous air pollution since 1990 but work remains to reduce risks for the country's most overburdened urban areas, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's top official said on Thursday.
India’s sole uranium mining company is being ordered by a regional court to disclose radiation levels and the presence of any heavy metals in soil and water in a cluster of villages with reports of unusual numbers of deformed and sick children.
Unplanned use of pesticides and herbicides in crops is one of the key reasons for presence of higher level of lead in blood among pregnant women in rural Bangladesh, a study revealed.
All summer, Montague, California, has been a town in trouble. The city sits half an hour south of the Oregon border, in a rugged patch of Northern California that offers little refuge from the scorching sun.