Energy-efficient homes, although more common, remain rare, and some 99 percent of U.S. homes are damp, drafty and expensive to heat and cool
A study linking a pesticide in fish to diabetes adds to the growing chorus of studies suggesting that environmental contaminants may play a role in the widespread disease.
Michigan cherry growers, deciphering climate models, find uncertainty reigns
Some bacteria at sewage treatment plants are becoming resistant to antibiotics and winding up in the environment
At AAAS, a researcher describes how treating more people for the mosquito-borne parasite could lead to more resistance to drugs
Shifting species may mean less protection for imperiled fisheries
Daunting cleanups of various toxic hot spots around the Great Lakes are bogging down
Excess nitrogen mitigates carbon dioxide's effects--but with considerable risk, scientists say