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A new analysis of New England's shrimp population doesn't bode well for the future of the long-shuttered fishery for the crustaceans.
Seattle measured its worst air quality in decades this week as wildfires in British Columbia blanketed much of the Northwest in a smoky haze.
Researchers at the Rich Earth Institute are working to determine whether urine works as an effective and safe fertilizer for farms and gardens.
Although climate change is still a relatively new phrase to many, its debate and denial in the U.S. stretches back a long time.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with a business owner whose livelihood has been affected by the bloom.
As of July 1, homeowners with beachfront property on a section of Florida's panhandle can declare their beach private and off-limits to the public.
In this special episode, we team up with some of our pals for an awesome mash-up of fun! Featuring Circle Round, Wow In The World, Story Pirates, Brains On, But...
Here & Now's Robin Young asks Daniel Rudnick, professor of oceanography at Scripps Institute of Oceanography, what's going on.
As fighters with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection risk their lives battling wildfires in the state, they are joined by a group of nearly 4,000 inmates.
Ten years ago, one Seattle architecture firm built its new headquarters without air conditioning, to prove it could be done.
Bottom-line pragmatism is a more potent driver of renewable energy than principled idealism, writes Philip Warburg.
A San Francisco jury has ordered Monsanto to pay $289 million to a groundskeeper who has terminal cancer and was frequently exposed to the chemical weedkiller Roundup.
We get the latest from Beacon Hill on what the Governor has signed into law, and what is still waiting for his final approval.
Scientists are working to decode the complex and often bizarre meteorological phenomena associated with large fires.
Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya has created five mist sculptures that dot Boston's Emerald Necklace Conservancy.
Mueller. Midterms. Manafort's trial continues. Iran sanctions reimposed, and the trade war with China escalates. Our news roundtable takes it all in.
To fight the wildfires, the Trump administration is allowing for the diversion of waters in which endangered species like the Chinook salmon live.
A marine biologist joined us to discuss his recent close encounter with a great white shark swimming in the waters off of Wellfleet.
It's been a summer of extreme weather events. What are they trying to tell us about the future of our planet?
The female orca off the coast of Washington state is part of a pod of killer whales that has been captivating people around the world.