Humans appropriate about 40% of all terrestrial plant production for various purposes
If we are to ensure high quality water, significant effort must be put to managing sources of nitrogen and phosphorus in runoff that reaches the Great Lakes
Ammonia is unregulated, yet it is the cause of poor health and early death in rural agricultural communities.
Throughout human history, the availability of water has determined patterns of human settlements and the success of human endeavor.
Most people don’t think climate change will matter to them.
Buy a live Christmas tree and plant it in the early spring when it can resume its role to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The energy expended to deliver a mixed drink is about three to four times lower than a glass of wine.
Future drought is likely to have major effects on natural landscapes and the plants that inhabit them.
Hypoxia is one of the side-effects of modern agronomic systems which strive to feed 7 billion of us with a nutritious diet.