by Natasha Geiling Oct 11, 2015
What does it take for a country to go 100 percent organic?
by Natasha Geiling Aug 27, 2015
Through a mix of water markets, efficiency measures, and groundwater pumping, California farmers have avoided the worst of the drought. But how long can these measures be sustained?
by Natasha Geiling Aug 17, 2015
Researchers say that land use changes meant to keep up with global demand for meat will be the leading contribution to species extinction in the future.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 4, 2015
For the first time, a federal court has ruled an "ag-gag" law to be unconstitutional.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 31, 2015
Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad wants Des Moines Water Works to tone it down a bit when it comes to policing water pollution.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 30, 2015
A new study from the University of Minnesota found that emission levels from nitrous oxide, a potent greenhouse gas, have been severely underestimated.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 23, 2015
Scientists claim to have found a genetically-engineered type of rice that produces more starch with less methane.
by Ari Phillips Jul 23, 2015
Solar desalination combines two powerful technologies to make something even cooler. Developers hope it will go far in adjusting to California's drought.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 19, 2015
Researchers at Oregon State University have the food world freaking out over seaweed that supposedly tastes like bacon -- but environmentalists should celebrate, too.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 16, 2015
Increased concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere could lead to nutrient deficiency in 138 million people by 2050, according to a new study.