Like fine wines, sea salts are artisanal products that inspire talk of terroir, texture and provenance. Now there's evidence that they can also be sources of spoilage molds.
A Vanuatu volcano that sparked the evacuation of an entire island appeared to be stabilising, scientists said Tuesday, although aid workers said it was too early for villagers to return home.
Fracking will be banned in Scotland following a widespread public backlash against onshore drilling, the government said on Tuesday.
An international research collaboration has shed light on the impact that grass-fed animals have on climate change. Its new study adds clarity to the debate around livestock farming and meat and dairy consumption.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, reporters warned of a "stew of toxic chemicals, sewage, debris and waste" in Houston's floodwaters.
A new study published in Global Change Biology challenges the idea that the trend towards larger, more intensive dairy farms mitigates climate change by shrinking the carbon footprint of milk production. A team of animal ...
Indigenous peoples could soon regain some control of their native forests with the creation of a new global institution dedicated to securing their land rights.
A new study has shown that the titanium dioxide (TiO2) frequently used in foods, coatings, pigments, and paints that is ingested can affect both the types of bacteria present in the human gut and the pH of the colon. The ...
Scientists from RUDN University have classified the distribution of soil microorganisms at different latitudes from tropical to temperate forests. The results of the study were published in Functional Ecology.
Located on the southern shore of Georgian Bay in Ontario, the idyllic Great Lakes town of Collingwood has been battling a growing problem—an invasive wetland reed called Phragmites australis. And the town is not alone in ...