2016-12-03T11:04:48ZBreast cancer and common chemicals - Learn how chemicals in everyday products are linked to breast cancer, what governments are doing, and how to protect yourself.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZYears after the first reports of honeybees disappearing, honeybees are still threatened. What's the latest info on honeybees disappearing, and how does organic farming affect honeybees disappearing?
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZSugar is in products we consume every day, yet we rarely give a second thought to how it is produced and what toll it may take on the environment.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZJunk mail is more than an annoyance, it clogs landfills as well as your mailbox. Learn how you can reduce the amount of junk mail you receive by 90%.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZLearn how to lower your exposure and protect yourself from cell phone radiation.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZFind out what mitigation means in the context of climate change, how it differs from adaptation, and see examples relevant to different industries.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZPopulation growth is placing stress on the natural environment, creating scarcity and leading to problems such as deforestation and global warming.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZMetal recycling conserves natural resources, saves energy, contributes to the U.S. economy and bolsters U.S. trade balances.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZChromium-6 is a human carcinogen when inhaled, and there is growing concern about the possible health effects of chromium-6 in drinking water.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZAirport noise and pollution increase risk for coronary heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and other illness.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZLearn about how carbon sequestration removes carbon from atmospheric circulation, mitigating global climate change.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZThe most valuable commodity in the world today is not oil, but water. Find out why many of the world’s leading investors are making big bets on water.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZLitter is more than an eyesore on city streets and along highways. Litter pollutes waterways and leaches toxic chemicals into soil and groundwater.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZGlobal warming will disrupt large scale phenomena like El Nino, monsoons, and tropical cyclones. How will this affect the climate as we experience it?
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZGlobal warming is causing rising sea levels--what is predicted for rising sea levels and how will that affect us?
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZAs ocean desalination plants are being built, environmentalists are expressing concerns about the long-term environmental effects of desalination.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZBrazil has unveiled a plan to slow deforestation in the Amazon rainforest by more than 70 percent by 2018, which will significantly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions, protect wildlife habitat, and preserve valuable medicinal plants.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZMost researchers agree that even small temperature changes can further threaten already struggling species. Learn how global warming affects wildlife.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZLearn about road salt, and how its use has damaging environmental effects on water, plants and animals.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZAll farming was organic for thousands of years, but then mankind discovered chemical pesticides and fertilizers and began to believe they were the secret to high crop yields and high profits. New research confirms organic farming is still best for farmers and consumers--and may be the only way to end world hunger without harming the planet.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZHow scientists identify tsunamis; scientific methods for detecting a tsunami.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZWorld population reached an all-time high 7 billion in 2011, and the population is still growing rapidly. What effects can we expect from having 7 billion people living on Earth?
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZScientific research indicates that exposure to cell phones and microwave radiation can cause health problems. Learn more about the health effects of cell phones and microwave radiation.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZIn the upper atmosphere, ozone protects life on Earth. At ground level, ozone is a threat to human health, plants, and marine life.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZAccording to the American Lung Association, more than half of all Americans live in counties with unsafe levels of smog and particle pollution, which leads to many lung and respiratory illnesses.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZRecycling used cell phones is good for the environment and can help bridge the digital divide in developing countries or raise money for charity. Learn how, why and where to recycle your used cell phones.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZWhat is bisphenol A (BPA) exactly, and what do you need to know about it to protect yourself and your family?
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZZero Waste encourages manufacturers to consider environmental impact of a product from design through delivery and eventual retirement. Learn more about Zero Waste and the effort to adopt it in American manufacturing.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZIs it better to break out the bucket and sponge at home or drive through a commercial car wash? Learn the pros and cons for both options.
2016-12-03T11:04:48ZCigarette butts are one of the most common forms of litter, but they are not harmless. Learn more about the environmental issues associated with them.