In May, it will be 50 years since the eminent biologist published his most famous and controversial book, The Population Bomb. But Ehrlich remains as outspoken as ever.
Allegheny County has some of the worst air quality in the U.S., and environmentalist and grassroots group say it’s hurting our prospects of attracting newcomers.
The stretch of ocean now contains 79,000 tons of plastic debris, in the form of 1.8 trillion pieces, a research survey has found.
Some bees have enzymes that allow them to resist toxic compounds in some neonicotinoid pesticides.
The maximum extent of Arctic sea ice cover this winter was the second-lowest since satellite record-keeping began, researchers said Friday.
The EPA has concluded that a landmark Obama-era effort to cut vehicle emissions is too aggressive and agrees with automakers that the standards should be revised, sources told Bloomberg.
Researchers say a new discovery may help to create pesticides that don't kill bees. But critics say we need to move away from a 'chemical mindset' altogether.
Battery recycling is considered one of the most potentially hazardous industries. Yet Vernon's Exide workers were routinely being poisoned with nearly nonexistent intervention by Cal/OSHA.
"How is it that those (two things) are consistent?" special prosecutor Todd Flood asked Glasgow Thursday, March 22, during the preliminary examinations for four current and former employees of the DEQ. "They are not consistent," he answered.
A new hybrid solar cell works in rainy weather by generating electricity from the movement of raindrops sliding on its surface.
"We are clearly seeing a trend now, from 80 million to 108 million, from 108 to 124 million, people literally marching to the brink of starvation around the world."
Mamavation founder Leah Segedie pulls no punches as she dishes out advice aimed at helping parents keep their kids safe from harmful chemical exposures.
Women with higher levels of the herbicide are more likely to have shorter pregnancies, according to a study of pregnant mothers living in Indiana's Corn Belt. The consequences for their babies can be lifelong.