Each year, coffee drinkers across the globe create six million pounds of waste in the form of spent coffee grounds.
Backers of the coal industry are quick to point fingers at the Environmental Protection Agency as the reason for its decline.
Able to survive and even thrive in the most heavily urbanized places, rats are celebrated—or at least begrudgingly acknowledged—for their extraordinary resilience.
For all their ecological faults, hydropower dams are usually thought of as a source of green, carbon-neutral energy.
Foreign investment in land in Africa could increase competition with local communities for water.
Capturing carbon dioxide and putting it underground is a promising way to combat rising carbon emissions.
Even at this relatively late stage in Earth’s exploration, it’s still possible to discover phenomena that are widespread, ecologically important, and—frankly—beautiful.
Songbird communities are typically less diverse, and many species are less abundant, near roads.
Researchers demonstrated that a diet based on an agricultural byproduct and one based on a weed were just as good as one using chicken feed for raising crickets.
The adage ‘too much of a good thing’ might not apply to electric vehicles.