A Lake Twice the Size of Los Angeles has Evaporated—and It May Never Return
Climate change has contributed to the destruction of Bolivia’s second-largest lake, a refuge for wildlife and the livelihood of hundreds of people.
EU Countries Launch Shock Rebellion against Glyphosate Herbicides
Public pressure against glyphosate in countries across Europe has been intense, with nearly 1.5 million people petitioning the EU’s health commissioner for a ban on the substance.
Hillary Clinton’s Support for GMOs Confirmed by Gates Foundation
Hillary Clinton, who is currently in a race with anti-GMO Senator Bernie Sanders to become the Democratic Party’s Presidential candidate, is coming under increasing pressure following a series of revelations regarding her ties to Monsanto and the Biotech Industry.
GMO Labeling Won’t Increase Food Prices
Sadly, the opponents of GMO labeling are making the same arguments made three decades ago to fight the Nutrition Facts Panel.
Oregon Passes Historic Bill to Phase Out Coal and Double Down on Renewables
Commitments like Oregon’s are essential to the global effort to contain and reduce carbon dioxide emissions to levels that can protect the Earth for future generations.
Thousands Rally for Chicago Teachers as Banks vs. Schools Battle Rages
"We need the political leadership of the city to know that schools can't keep being the last priority."
LGBT Activists Sue North Carolina Officials Over Controversial Bathroom Law
The lawsuit alleges that new legislation in the state violates civil rights protections.
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Latest Effort to Block Air Pollution Rule
Twenty states tried to derail the Obama administration’s mercury regulation.
‘Ludicrous’ as Flint Tells Residents: Pay for Poisoned Water or We’ll Cut You Off
'All arreas should be cleared. No one should have to pay for this.'
Meet the 20-Year-Old Fighting to End Food Waste While Taking Finals
College sophomore Maria Rose Belding is helping connect more than 200 large-scale food banks nationwide through her online database.