Journalist Lynda Mapes speaks with local tribe leaders and conservation groups as they grapple with the loss of symbolic aquatic life.
A mother sets out to raise the perfect child.
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A new book documents the biggest scientific crimes in history and pulls no punches.
The nearly 2,000 page bill covers infrastructure improvements that include funding for projects that would build up the country’s climate change resilience.
A plan to replace aging oil infrastructure is nearly complete. Here’s why tribal nations and other Minnesota residents are still divided over its risks and benefits.
Gene-editing technique CRISPR may deliver new treatments for genetic diseases—and it’s already being tested on patients.
“Climate does not discriminate, but our housing crisis has.”
Why are crows considered intelligent? Use animal behavior and the design process to design a problem-solving test for chosen species.
Notices of an alarming illness causing swollen eyes and death among songbirds in the mid-Atlantic to Indiana are on the decline.
The CDC has issued new guidance on mask-wearing as COVID-19 infection rates increase around the country.
Emergency management researcher and author Samantha Montano on how our disaster response systems need to scale up for climate change.