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In his new book, Lester Brown says the world's food supply is tightening -- and the reasons are many.
Climate change may transform how and where farmers grow the food to feed rising numbers of mouths.
From small-scale nuclear power plants to advanced reactor designs, what's next for the technology of nuclear power?
Ira talks about global sustainability with Lester Brown, head of the Earth Policy Institute.
How closely related are food supplies and the stability of a civilization?
March 22 is World Water Day. In this hour, we'll take a look at the technical and political challenges in providing clean water around the world.
Ira talks with Lester Brown of the Earth Policy Institute about the environmental problems facing the globe, and what can be done to take action to fix them.
It's one of the biggest, fastest, and warmest fish in the sea -- and it's also...
Cold-water fish and snow-dwelling insects have evolved antifreeze proteins to av...
Tiktaalik roseae was a fish that had scales, gills, and limb-like front fins.
Maurizio Porfiri designed a robotic fish that attract real fish. Now he’s trying...
Two scientists discuss food safety and environmental concerns associated with tr...
Dr. Seuss's McElligot's Pool (1947) features some fantastic fish—ones with pinwheel-like tails, curly noses, long floppy ears, or Kangaroo pouches. The fictional fish do have some truly strange nonfictional cousins, among which are giant oarfish, barreleye fish, and sawfish.