Norwegian salmon the most recent victim of algae blooms
Algae blooms have been known to suffocate marine wildlife and The New York Times reports that 8 million farmed salmon in northern Norway met this fate over the past week.
Increased tick population leads to higher instances of tick-borne diseases
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that tick-borne diseases are increasing at a record pace.
Air Pollution from Corn Causing Thousands of Deaths
According to a new study, corn production in the U.S. could be responsible for thousands of air pollution deaths annually.
Beneficial cover crops could contribute to climate change
O Christmas Tree, o Christmas "Tree"
Choosing between a real or artificial Christmas tree has environmental and economic consequences for Hoosiers
Urban chicken movement provides green backyard pest control
An agrarian movement is bridging the gap between city dwellers and the rural communities that feed them.