A sinkhole that was triggered in August by salt mining for the oil and gas sector has grown to 12 acres, threatening 150 homes.
Predictions of heavy spring rains bode poorly for the health of Lake Erie, where agricultural runoff is expected to cause massive algae blooms.
Never mind the drought: When the farmland price bubble pops, America's farmers could be under water.
Depleted uranium from U.S. munitions is suspected of causing a huge spike in birth defects and all kinds of cancers in Iraq.
The small-scale local food movement isn't paying off for small-scale local food producers.
Delays to the monsoon season in America's southwestern desert states could hurt farmers, cities, and ecosystems.
More than 60,000 gallons of unidentified hydrocarbon gunk have leaked into the ground near a gas processing plant, and more just keeps on leaking.
Complaints about turbine-caused illness tend to surface after wind-energy opponents have made a stink and caused people to worry.
For the first time in 15 years, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the U.S. a better grade than last time.
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