The question of glyphosate safety revolves around the efficacy of the EPA standard (700 ppb) as a threshold for direct and epigenetic effects.
Removal of groundwaters that were recharged during the wetter Pleistocene epoch is a classic example of non-sustainable human behavior.
Production and use of nitrogen fertilizer is expensive and a significant source of air and water pollution and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
Not all pharmaceutical compounds can be removed by traditional methods of treating wastewater.
An iconic landmark of the region, and the largest swamp in North America, is now vulnerable
The past use of phosphorus fertilizers has left of legacy of pollution that we must consider if we are to have any success in cleaning up water quality.
the color of rivers seen from space may provide a better index of the health of rivers than simple visual observations from land
Marijuana production by agribusiness will likely reduce direct impacts on nature
Inasmuch as the runoff of nitrogen is an interstate transport problem, managing the application of fertilizer and loss of nitrogen to runoff should be a high priority for the Federal government.
The southwestern United States is nearing a global-warming exacerbated drought of record-breaking length and intensity