There are more than 400 million fewer European birds now than there were 30 years ago.
Cases of Parkinson's, hormonal development disorders and learning difficulties are rife in areas where they are used, but policy is often highjacked by industry in the fight to ban dangerous chemicals
The study raises the question of whether or not receipts should contain the endocrine-disrupting chemical.
Nizhny Novgorod, a cultural centre in the heart of Russia, with 793 years of history and a falling birth rate, is dying of cancer and heart disease
Researchers develop a battery that can change the charging game
Good beer and clean water go hand-in-hand, a group of beer makers argue
The fisher, a rare mammal the size of a cat, is at risk from eating poisoned rats on pot farms
Bison bison athabascae are larger than their southern cousins, the buffalo.
A new study traced the source of methane in drinking water to faulty fracking wells.
New research shows that the BP spill damaged the DNA of killifish living in the Gulf of Mexico.
Shrimp the size of dinner plates and wild boar could be the future of Louisiana fare.
“They have hijacked our damn democracy. They lobby, they write the laws.”
One overlooked provision in U.S. law may already give the president all the legal grounds his administration needs
The Danes are spending billions on wind turbines in the city and have found an ingenious way to win over its citizens
Even a little rain causes the city’s sewage to bypass treatment, and flow right into places like the Gowanus Canal
Meanwhile, Canada has been heavily mining the Alberta region for tar sands for several years. The consequences are piling up.
State regulators say trying to further clean up would do more harm than good
The 300,000 people whose water was contaminated by the spill went without running water for ten days, and even then health officials still could not agree on the water’s safety