the color of rivers seen from space may provide a better index of the health of rivers than simple visual observations from land
Only with a population growth rate of zero might we have some hope for planetary stability.
Farms are no longer using cropland diversity to hedge their bets against pests, pathogens and drought.
Atrazine resembles the growth hormones of other organisms, including frogs and potentially humans.
Cutting food waste in half would save 8% of greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere—even more if we were to consume less beef in our diet.
Marijuana production by agribusiness will likely reduce direct impacts on nature
Purposeful carbon sequestration in soil organic matter will require huge amounts of additional fertilizer production, with its own contributions to fossil fuel emissions and contamination of surface and groundwater
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.
Removing 5% of annual emissions by the spreading of rock dust on agricultural lands worldwide is a band-aid approach to a global hemorrhage.
The southwestern United States is nearing a global-warming exacerbated drought of record-breaking length and intensity