The cradle of civilization may not support our civilization anymore.
Hurricanes like Sandy destroy coastlines. Clams and oysters help keep them together.
Using CRISPR, scientists try to turn an obscure plant into the next favorite crop, groundcherries.
Manhattan and Dubai are both bustling, crowded cities with dense populations. So do Manhattanites have smaller ecological footprints?
Neither banning nor recycling will rid us of Styrofoam. Can we live without it?
Los Angeles's bountiful agricultural land was devoured by runaway suburbanization, a process which began long before the post-war era.
Can we reconcile our growing appetite for meat with our desire to treat factory animals better?
Temperatures and droughts have spiked at much higher rates in parks than elsewhere.
Some authorities are trying to create fish habitats by cleaning old structures and dumping them at sea. But do these artificial reefs really work?
As weather heats up and climate change progresses, fieldwork will grow more hazardous.