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E-bikes are coming to federally owned trails: 4 questions answered

John Freemuth, Boise State University Editor’s note: In August, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced an order stating that electric bicycles will be allowed on all...

In dandelions and fireflies, artists try to make sense of climate...

Kate Flint, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Climate change is real, it’s accelerating and it’s terrifying. We are...

Removing mini-shampoos from hotel rooms won’t save the environment

Yossi Sheffi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology InterContinental Hotels Group will replace mini-shampoos and conditioners with possibly more efficient bulk products by the year 2021. But environmental...

Keith Krach Confirmed as Under Secretary During U.S. Senate Confirmation Vote...

Washington DC (Life & News) — At 2:30pm EDT on Thursday, June 20th, 2019, during the United States Senate's 116th Congress, 1st Session, Keith...

BREAKING NEWS — United States Senate confirms Keith Krach by unanimous...

Keith Krach has been confirmed by unanimous vote of the US Senate as Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment and several other...

Why some plastic packaging is necessary to prevent food waste and...

Manoj Dora, Brunel University London and Eleni Iacovidou, Brunel University London There has been a surge in awareness of the damage that plastic pollution does...

Diets can do more than help you lose weight – they...

Adrienne Rose Bitar, Cornell University Fad diets have long been brushed off as selfish, superficial quests to lose weight. But if you study the actual content...

How electric cars could make America’s crumbling roads even worse

Jay L. Zagorsky, Boston University U.S. roads and bridges are in abysmal shape – and that was before the recent winter storms made things even...

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Couvade syndrome: why some men develop signs of pregnancy

By Arthur Brennan, St George's, University of London Harry Ashby, the 29-year-old security guard who was signed off work with morning sickness, cravings, a growing...