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Growing Cities Must Add Woodlands The U.S. Forest Service has determined


Live Christmas Tree Shortages According to the National Christmas Tree Association, more than 27 million holiday trees were purchased in the U.S. last year. But

Beer and Wine Contaminated With Monsanto Poison In 2016, beer testing in Germany revealed residues of glyphosate, a suspected carcinogen, in every sample of beer.

Name Change Embraces Guys and Gals  The Boy Scouts of America’s flagship program has been known simply as the Boy Scouts for more than a

Antarctic Greenhouse Yields First Crop Scientists at Germany’s Neumayer Station III, in Antarctica have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without soil, daylight or

Tappan Zee Repurposed into Reef The old Tappan Zee Bridge, a three-mile span over New York’s Hudson River, is being turned into several artificial reefs

Electric Planes on Horizon European airline EasyJet aims to begin service with electric-powered airplanes within the next decade by collaborating with aviation startup Wright Electric.

New Species Discovered We know a lot about the Earth and its creatures, but never everything. The State University of New York’s College of Environmental

Countries Ban Single-Use Plastics Bans on plastic consumption have been increasing globally for the last two years. Single-use plastics will be officially banned in The

Citicorp Acts to Protect Oceans from Mine Waste Citigroup is no longer financing mining projects that dump mine waste into the ocean. The move comes

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