by Terry Sunderland (University of British Columbia) As the global population has doubled to 7.8 billion in about 50 years, industrial agriculture has increased the
Read the full story in the Washington Post. Plans would pay landowners to keep the ecosystem in a natural state to fight climate change.
Read the full story from University College London. Global changes in land use are disrupting the balance of wild animal communities in our environment, and
Read the full story from the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research. Human changes to the environment have been linked to widespread pollinator declines. New
Biocycle has a three-part series on compost use on highways. The parts are: Connections: Compost On The Open RoadCompost use on all parts of the
Read the full story at Treehugger. When the weather is hot, nothing feels quite so wonderful as submerging oneself in cool water. So it should