Living on Earth
Public health advocates say there's enough information linking cell phone use to cancer to warrant warning labels.
Nuclear waste is extremely difficult to clean up, but a new synthetic material can snap up radioactive ions like a Venus flytrap devours insects.
Scientists' efforts to defend the integrity of climate studies thwarted by unbalanced media coverage.
Residents of Kettleman City believe chemical waste is leading to an increase of birth defects in their community.
In East Africa, poultry farming may be the answer for women farmers struggling to get out of poverty.
Yvo de Boer, the UN's climate chief has announced his resignation -- what this means for the worldwide effort to rein in global warming.
Ecotherapy, a new branch of psychotherapy, explores nature-based ways to cope with depression and anxiety.
President Obama's proposed budget for NASA puts the US space agency on a new, commercial trajectory.
New study indicates chemicals found in flame retardants may effect the intelligence of young children.
West meets East in a new book that rewrites Thoreau’s classic work in haiku form, reviving the glorious imagery of "Walden."