Not that the newspaper is willfully lying to its customers, but we suggest you not let it sell you a parrot.
People are overusing naturally occurring aquifers the world over. This has massive implications for food production in the near future.
Is climate change to blame? Hard to say. Is this a preview of coming attractions for everywhere else? Could very well be.
The Senate's top Democrat isn't only throwing punches at Romney. He's also got it in for climate deniers and the coal industry.
The Food and Drug Administration found in 1977 that heavy use of antibiotics in livestock was causing problems -- and it still hasn't done anything about it.
Diseased but healthy-looking trees might contribute as much as 10 percent of global methane emissions.
You can't spell "dystopia" without O-Y.
The impacts of the U.S. drought have begun to spread globally, thanks in large part to soaring corn prices.
Since the government isn't clear on how it will get rid of nuclear waste, it's going to stop issuing permits. Makes sense.
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