A study found that biodegradable bags in soil or marine environments were still able to hold a full load of groceries after being exposed to the natural environment for three years.
The United Kingdom is experiencing record-breaking amounts of wildfires in a year just four months into 2019.
After three years of breeding mishaps, Antarctica’s second-largest colony of emperor penguins is not recovering.
Honey bee colonies are important pollinators, and in the U.S., millions of colonies are hauled across the country in semi-trailers to pollinate crops like California almonds. But some of these colonies don’t survive the trek due to cold temperatures.
Indiana’s Terrestrial Plant Rule makes it illegal to sell, distribute or introduce to the state 44 species of plants designated as invasive pests.
Just 11 months after the completion of a $14 billion network of levees and flood walls in New Orleans, the Army Corps of Engineers says the system will stop providing adequate protection in as little as four years due to rising sea levels.
Science hasn't yet proven that microplastics are everywhere, but they're sure showing up in some remote places. Scientists have found microplastics far away from urban sources, atop the Pyrenees in France.
According to a new study published in Nature, there is a limit to the amount of damage the reef can withstand, and the coral is not doing well.
Beescape site gives keepers environmental data to keep pollinators vital to Indiana’s agriculture alive
According to a new study, corn production in the U.S. could be responsible for thousands of air pollution deaths annually.
This fungus has massacred frogs and salamanders around the world for decades by eating their skins alive.
Photographer and filmmaker to screen films, give public presentations in Bloomington April 9 and 10.
NOAA warns parts of southern Indiana at risk for major flooding, entire state at risk for minor flooding
Bill would limit maximum amount of glyphosate allowed in food and ban its use as a pre-harvest drying agent
Recyclable materials that used to be imported by China are now going to waste-to-energy incinerators in the U.S., where they are being burned alongside garbage.