A new study finds that a wild tomato was more successful at fending off whiteflies than a popular, commercial variety.
Using anaerobic digesters to treat cow manure is rightfully considered an eco-friendly farming technique.
Stemming the loss of biodiversity in the Amazon jungle is no easy task, but it turns out that adjusting the plants that comprise our nation’s farmland is a lot more straightforward
Every year, more than 20 million metric tons of rubber are fashioned into products ranging from car tires to condoms, and these indispensables of modern life come at a heavy environmental co
Cocoa is the primary ingredient in everything from the most delicious, delicate of Swiss chocolates to the most run-of-the-mill, mundane of Hershey’s Kisses, and one third of the world
Temperature and precipitation get all the glory in the discussions surrounding climate change. Ocean acidification has earned itself a seat at the table as well.
Pollination research has focused on places like California and New Jersey, but poverty-stricken areas will be hardest hit by pollinator declines.
Too often, the needs of an increasing population are at odds with the needs of the environment. More people means more mouths to feed.
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The equilibrium theory of island biogeography is three things. One, it’s a mouthful of jargon. Two, it’s long been one of the theoretical pillars of conservation science.