By Joanna M. Foster on January 31, 2014
World Wildlife Fund Mexico announced Wednesday that a record-low 33.5 million monarch butterflies have reached their wintering grounds this year.
By Katie Valentine on January 30, 2014
"These penguins are really the canary in the coal mine," the study's lead author says.
By Sy Mukherjee on January 28, 2014
The FDA has yet to take action to stem the use of antibiotics, some of which the agency itself has labeled "high risk."
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By Joanna M. Foster on January 10, 2014
American white pelicans are arriving at their breeding grounds 16 days earlier than they used to. This adaptation to warmer springs in the south is proving deadly for chicks born early up north.
By Adam Peck on January 3, 2014
At one point, more than half of the votes in an online poll were originating from an IP address owned by SeaWorld.
By Katie Valentine on December 20, 2013
The tax could help curb consumption of meat, according to scientists.
By Katie Valentine on December 18, 2013
Nearly half the dolphins studied were in serious condition.
By Michael Conathan, Guest Contributor on December 17, 2013
On Monday night, the city council voted 6-1 to impose a six month moratorium on any development or project that would lead to the loading of tar sands oil onto ships at South Portland’s waterfront.
By Ari Phillips on December 11, 2013
At the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the impact of climate change on marine life is on full display.
By Emily Atkin on December 9, 2013
Farms can convert cow manure into renewable biogas, which can power portions of the farm and prevent that methane from reaching the atmosphere.