A Lethal Industrial Farm Fungus Is Spreading Among Us

Agricultural fungicide use is fostering drug resistance among virulent fungi, poses global public health threat.

Alex Liebman and Rob Wallace, PhD

Barrick Gold is Still Trying to Revive Controversial Pascua Lama Mine in Chile

The country’s Indigenous Huasco community remains committed to protecting their fragile homeland from Canadian mining giant.

Ramona Wadi

Melting Arctic Permafrost Will Add $70 Trillion to Climate Costs, Study Finds

Most of economic burden likely be borne by poorer nations, exacerbating global inequality

Jonathan Watts The Guardian

Addressing the Climate Problem Will Require A Dramatic Reordering of Our Lives

An Earth Day reflection on the future we want and the choices that will get us there

Dayton Martindale

Could Sea Creatures Help Slow Climate Change?

Scientists are beginning to recognize that vertebrates, such as fish, seabirds and marine mammals, have the potential to help lock away carbon from the atmosphere.

Heidi Pearson

New York Leaders Have Ambitious Climate Goals. Can Legislators Make it Happen?

As the Empire State works out the details of its green new deal, the rest of the country will be watching

Juliet Grable

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The Young Republicans Breaking with Trump on Climate Change

Conservative millennials are trying to haul their party towards scientific reality

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Intagram account calls out online influencers for behaving poorly in national parks

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