Will farm conservation in the nation's largest estuary be killed in this year's fraught farm bill negotiations? Farmers and green groups hope not.
On the Northern California coastline, the ocean is swallowing up a former garbage dump -- a sign of Mother Nature’s power, sure, and a reminder of our wasteful ways.
In 2010, just 67 New York gardens yielded 87,000 pounds of food. Some experts believe data like this is crucial to ensuring the urban agriculture movement takes root.
Amtrak suspended portions of its Sunset Limited route after Hurricane Katrina washed away swaths of rail. Now mayors from New Orleans to Florida want to bring back more trains than before.
Biologist Peter Kareiva says conservationists are too focused on restoring pristine nature. Instead, he says, they need to think about creating a future we can all live with.
Scientists who exposed mice to BPA at low-level, consistent doses found that it caused genetic and behavioral changes that persisted for generations.
How does today's climate crisis revise our understanding of our collective past? Mark Fiege, author of a new environmental chronicle of the U.S., takes us on a natural history tour.
The conservative radio host spins out a truly wacky conspiracy theory.