The USDA's requirements for organic labeling make it easier for large agri-business than the smaller farmers you'd think of as "organic."
As giant turbines pop up offshore, changes to underwater habitat and sediment will come, too.
An unlikely source of data about the decline of trout in modern Spain: a book from the 1850s.
The forecast has been bad for domesticated cacao. But some environments in Peru might hold the key to the future of the world's sweet tooth.
There are some clothes you hang on to, year after year, because they're durable and amazing.
For well over a century, engineers have proposed harnessing the ocean's tides for energy. But the idea hasn't seemed to register in many places.
Government can regulate air quality. But some policies on smoke might be self-defeating.
The public's focus eventually turned away from the 2010 disaster. Scientists, however, are still learning the scale of the devastation.
No permaculture site is the same, but all draw on a unifying set of principles to maintain biodiversity and create resilient systems now and in the future.
Inside the trunks of trees lies a wealth of data on climate that goes back generations.