Dam busting has local economic benefits other than clearing the way for an endangered species or restoring a watershed.
The idea that if you can’t beat ’em, eat ’em has found new resonance in the battle against one particularly voracious invasive species, the lionfish.
"Blowout in the Gulf," a new book by the late William Freudenburg and co-author Robert Gramling, exposes the arrogance of risk-taking in the oil business.
A program in a poor San Diego neighborhood shows how the fresh foods available at farmers markets can be accessed by those on food stamps.
How is Thoreau like an iPhone? Both gather data about natural phenomena that allow scientists to better protect the environment.
As green roofs proliferate to cool and cheer cityscapes, might they also suck up and store some of the carbon urban life pumps out?
The algorithm behind rating World Wide Web pages for authority may provide a useful way of figuring out the key species in the web of life.