Marlene Yessennia Cruz

Glyphosate may be harming bumblebee hives

New study finds the herbicide impacts bumblebees’ ability to maintain brood temperature — which could spur population decline.

As bees continue to decline, scientists have found many contributors, including climate change and landscape transformation. Now they’ve added another one: glyphosate.

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Opinion: Restoring our waters is restoring ourselves

Using water quality research to bring healing and sovereignty to the Apsáalooke.

Crow Tribe Little Bighorn River

Opinión: Restaurar nuestras aguas es restaurarnos a nosotros mismos

Usar la investigación de la calidad del agua para sanar y dar soberanía a los Apsáalooke.

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EHN welcomes two summer interns to focus on plastic pollution and Spanish-speaking communities

Allison Guy, a longtime writer and communicator in the environmental nonprofit space, and Andy Damián-Correa, a student majoring in bilingual Spanish journalism at San Francisco State University, will join our team for summer.

Fighting "A New War on Cancer"

Fighting "A New War on Cancer"

Environmental Health Sciences reporter Kristina Marusic's new book on cancer prevention is a story of hope and what we can do to prevent harmful exposures.

Adrift: Communities on the front lines of pesticide exposure fight for change

Adrift: Communities on the front lines of pesticide exposure fight for change

Rural communities of color and farmworkers are disproportionately exposed to some of the most dangerous chemicals used in agriculture.

lead pipes

US lead pipe replacements stoke concerns about plastic and environmental injustice

In a federal push for lead line replacement, regrettable substitutions like PVC piping must be avoided, say health experts.