The advent of fluoridated water would seem to be a good example of better living through biogeochemistry.
Globally, air pollution is estimated to cause 3.3 million premature deaths each year.
When there is a problem with nuclear power, it is sure to be large, persistent, and biocidal for the persistence of life on Earth
Annually we spread about 20 million tons of road salt in the U.S., and we’ve been doing it since the late 1930s.
The history of lead pollution is the opening chapter in the history of human impacts on global biogeochemistry.
Seeing Bald Eagles along the coast of Maine this summer makes me think of the good things that have come from environmental science
When the EPA suggests regulating the emissions of mercury from power plants, the immediate question is how much of the mercury found in downwind environments is from the powerplants and how much is natural.
I believe that a lot of Americans spend a lot more time outdoors because of DEET, and that is ultimately good for the environment (
For me, there is no comparison between hearing about ecology in the classroom and doing it outside
Many folks will pay considerably more for organic foods, believing that they are good for us.