The scrubbing, soaking, and skimming happening now on the Santa Barbara coast are the same methods used back in 1969.
Toxicologists are finding possible carcinogens in the bodies of otters and bald eagles, some of the Great Lakes' greatest wildlife.
You'll need two Ph.D.s and a J.D. to buy ivory legally in the United States. So don’t even try it.
A new report identifies regions where the shellfish industry is likely to get hit hardest by ocean acidification—and some ways to fight the future.