The bees buzzed around like they were drunk. Lab tests show they were poisoned by household pesticides.
Farmers abandoned 1 million acres of farmland after the USSR collapsed, creating what might be the world's biggest human-made carbon sink.
Lake Superior's warming waters make it prime territory for popular sport fish like the walleye -- and for invasive nightmares like the lamprey.
The killers: Cheaper alternatives, dropping demand, and rising costs of generating electricity with dirty coal.
The Big Apple might not be a farming hub, but its residents have higher exposure to pesticides than most Americans. Scientists tell us why.
Duke University researchers discovered radioactive isotopes at alarming concentrations in a creek where fracking wastewater is dumped.
Yosemite National Park's largest glacier could disappear within 20 years, robbing the park's ecosystems of a steady water supply.
A failing fracking company says Canadians owe it $250 million because of a ban on fracking beneath the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.
While the federal government hacks away at spending on weather forecasting, Monsanto is taking the opposite approach.
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