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Do chemicals in sunscreens threaten aquatic life? A new report says...

Robert Richmond, University of Hawaii and Karen Glanz, University of Pennsylvania Studies have shown that the same active ingredients...

The westward spread of zebra and quagga mussels shows how tiny...

Christine Keiner, Rochester Institute of Technology The zebra mussel has been a poster child for invasive species ever since...

Rivers can suddenly change course – scientists used 50 years of...

Vamsi Ganti, University of California Santa Barbara Throughout history, important cities around the world have flourished along river banks....

As climate change parches the Southwest, here’s a better way to...

Daniel Craig McCool, University of Utah The Colorado River is a vital lifeline for...

Interstate water wars are heating up along with the climate

Robert Glennon, University of Arizona Interstate water disputes are as American as apple pie. States often think a neighboring...

How Taiwan uses Buddhist literature for environmental education

Natasha Heller, University of Virginia Climate change is one of the biggest challenges that the world faces. A United Nations report has cautioned that greenhouse...

Mexico City buried its rivers to prevent disease and unwittingly created...

Elena Delavega, University of Memphis Mexico City is a dust bowl, a polluted megalopolis where breathing is hard and newly washed clothes hung out to...

When dams cause more problems than they solve, removing them can...

Jon Honea, Emerson College Across the United States, dams generate hydroelectric power, store water for drinking and irrigation, control flooding and create recreational opportunities such...

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Explainer: why are more Cubans migrating to the US?

By Jaime Suchliki, University of Miami Compared to the number of Mexican immigrants entering the US through its southwestern border, migration of Cubans may seem...