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All Stories by Rachel Fritts
A new United Nations global food waste report shows where waste can be reduced, which would decrease hunger and greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers asked older environmental activists what they planned to do with their bodies after death. Many were unaware of “green” burial options.
Bands of charcoal from fires lit long ago, found in an ice core from a New Mexico cave, correspond to five periods of drought over 800 years.
Under power lines, honeybees might suffer neurological effects from exposure to electromagnetic fields.