agriculture

Scientists discover there might be too many urban beehives

What happens when every company decides that the sustainable thing is to put a beehive on the roof?

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fracking

Living near fracking wells linked to early death

A new study finds that people over the age of 65 who live near fracking operations are more likely to die prematurely.

environmental justice

Agents of Change in Environmental Justice program accepting applications

Do you find that public voices in science are lacking diversity and want to help create change? We want to hear from you.

Get BPA out of food packaging, US health professionals tell feds

Get BPA out of food packaging, US health professionals tell feds

Doctors, scientists, and health organizations cite new recommendations in Europe that indicate BPA can harm us at levels 100,000 times lower than previously thought.

Plastics plastics everywhere – and not at all good to eat

Plastics plastics everywhere – and not at all good to eat

How do you get plastics out of our beer, food and salt? You have to take radical steps, a group of doctors asserts.

PFAS outdoor wear

PFAS widespread in water- and stain-resistant outdoor clothes, home linens

“The chemical industry has been arguing that, ‘oh, we’ve been moving away from these substances, we’re no longer using them.’ And that’s not true.”