India, Hawaii and Cambodia – all travel destinations that frequently sit at the top of bucket lists. But like most places in the world, they have vast expanses of grimy land never witnessed by t...Read More
Each year, around 88 million tons of food is discarded in the EU. This is something that researchers wants to do something about. They are now giving companies in the food supply chain specific tools ...Read More
A new study finds the threat of flooding is increasing in the northern half of the United States and declining in the South. The findings are based on water-height measurements at 2,042 stream and riv...Read More
In addition to the already highly toxic air of National Capital, benzene levels in the air shot up for yet another time and with growing cold, the concentration of the carcinogen is expected to rise.&...Read More
Forget about breathing silica dust or drinking methane-infused water: A new study suggests merely hearing the noise associated with natural gas fracking operations can jeopardize human health.
New research delves into the movement and evolution of the pathogen that caused the Irish potato famine in the 1840s, which set down roots in the United States before attacking Europe.
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The use of residual forest biomass for rural development faces significant economic hurdles that make it unlikely to be a source of jobs in the near future, according to an analysis by economists....Read More
Heat-stroke protection, cleaner air, better breathing, sounder sleep, stress relief, disease prevention and defense from depression – trees and greenery offer a host of health advantages. Planting m...Read More
This year was the first time I have ever made a New Year’s resolution. Some years I didn’t have anything I thought was substantial enough to make a resolution about, but most times I would think o...Read More