The Connecticut legislature has passed a law requiring labels on genetically modified foods, but it won't go into effect until at least four other states follow suit.
After a rogue strain of GMO wheat popped up in Oregon recently, we heard that Monsanto had stopped testing such wheat in 2005. Turns out that's not quite true.
Former stars of the reality TV show Storm Chasers were killed chasing a tornado in Oklahoma on Friday night. The same storm also injured three Weather Channel storm chasers.
Legislatures in both states rejected calls for a moratorium on fracking. But in Illinois, a new bill will at least impose serious regulations on the practice.
The deaths of 119 people in a poultry-plant fire show the human cost of China's industrial-ag expansion, fueled by the country's growing appetite for meat.
The province told the Canadian government that the proposed Northern Gateway project poses too many environmental risks and has too few safeguards.
Warming rivers could drive 82 percent of the state's native fish to the brink of extinction, to be replaced by carp and other invasive species.
Enviros waging war against the wanton use of dispersants scored a legal victory Thursday that may help whales, sea turtles, and other marine critters.
A new law calls for the governor to hire a staffer who'll help the state brace for global warming's impacts and offer advice on lowering emissions.
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