1000 Words: Pamela Pitt
In Review: Mama’s Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves, by Frans de Waal; W. W. Norton & Company, 2019
Biotech industry hopes that getting genetically engineered chestnut approved for conservation planting will soften public opposition to transgenic trees.
The carcinogen TCE has been lurking in the ground beneath Franklin, Indiana, for decades. Now families are demanding answers.
A once-emptied woodland In the heart of Rio de Janeiro is filling up again.
Highschoolers say authorities have barred them from reading text that warns of ‘catastrophic climate change’ for being too political.
News in Brief
The Sunshine State continues controversial spraying of herbicides like glyphosate to combat the aquatic weed.
In the Peruvian Andes, Indigenous potato farmers are working with researchers to develop climate-smart spuds.
British Columbia protects beaver lodges and occupied migratory bird nests, but there are no regulations protecting black bear dens in most parts of the province.
The faux-frontier world of manufactured deer and canned hunting in Texas.
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