Major news over the last 12 months included destructive flooding in several states. There’s a pattern, and it, like the climate, is changing.
Jazz musicians can really deliver a graduation speech, as Victor Wooten proved when he talked to environmental science grads in Vermont last spring.
Students think like their teachers about the science of climate change but don’t always follow their teachers about its human causes.
Climate is warmer, so some farming practices have changed, noticed in one study in Western Africa, but it could move closer to home.
An earthquake struck near Pawnee, Okla., this morning. Some structural damage. Officials blame wells that dispose of wastewater from fracking.
Honeybees, especially those who’ve been around the block a few times to gather nectar, don’t like to share their knowledge with rookie bees.
Maryland may pass legislation that would make people pay a dime if they are given a disposable bag at the grocery store. It could reduce pollution.
The Md. Dept. of Natural Resources is asking the public, including school groups, to weigh in on a proposed wildlife action plan.
Most of Earth’s liquid freshwater is in lakes that support biodiversity and provide food and other resources. Climate change is among the greatest threats to lakes.
Is it possible to reduce the number of birds that die by colliding with windows in urban areas? It’s a problem in Canada and in other places as well.