AP (Jan. 6, 2014) Winter is making a comeback in North Central Florida. While the weather remains pleasant during the day, citrus farmers are preparing for near-freezing temperatures expected to hit overnight. (Jan. ... watch video
AP (Aug. 25, 2014) The Florida citrus industry has always stood strong - through freezes, hurricanes and rampant development. But now the $9 billion industry is facing its biggest threat yet, putting at risk the ... watch video
CBC (May 17, 2013) Gros Morne National Park's status as a world heritage site may be in jeopardy due to plans for controversial oil exploration on Newfoundland's west coast, CBC News has learned.
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Reuters - US Online Video (July 31, 2014) Despite a severe drought in California, Mumm Napa's winemaker says this season's crop may be better than average thanks to well-timed spring rains. Mana Rabiee reports.
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Newsy (Feb. 28, 2015) California will go a second year without federal water for farmers. The state has been in a drought for four years, which could cause crop shortages.
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Reuters (Nov. 24, 2013) An Israeli enterprise says it has developed technology that will boost global crop yields without relying on genetic modification. The company says it can replicate natural processes in its ... watch video
Deutsche Welle (Dec. 17, 2012) Peru's northern coastline is increasingly being battered by storms and other extreme weather linked to climate change. Now together with a local financial establishment, the German Society for ... watch video
July 22, 2016 A team of leading scientists and community experts with decades of experience released key recommendations to maintain and build land in coastal Louisiana. Their recommendations focus on operating ... read more
July 21, 2016 There is some consolation in how the fossil fuel-induced climatic changes we increasingly experience through droughts and storm surges are playing out. It could have happened sooner, and therefore ... read more
July 22, 2016 A new “food-print” model that measures the per-person land requirements of different diets suggests that, with dietary changes, the U.S. could feed significantly more people from existing ... read more
July 22, 2016 Woody climbing vines, known as lianas, are preventing tropical forests from recovering and are hampering the ability of forests to store carbon, scientists are warning. Instead of taking decades to ... read more
July 21, 2016 Even though American consumers throw away about 80 billion pounds of food a year, only about half are aware that food waste is a problem. Even more, researchers have identified that most people ... read more
July 21, 2016 This is the first study to show that deciduous tree water uptake of snowmelt water represents a large but overlooked aspect of the water balance in boreal watersheds. For the ... read more
July 21, 2016 Using genomic data from three lizard species, researchers gleaned insights not available before on the impact of climate change on the distribution of animal populations in ... read more
June 30, 2016 With citrus growers trying to save their groves in the wake of the deadly greening disease, a researcher has found a new technique that could help growers answer a vexing question – why so much ... read more
June 7, 2016 By detecting green, immature citrus more accurately and efficiently, growers can plan when and where to apply nutrients when fruit is growing and estimate their yield and profit before ... read more
Feb. 2, 2015 The Asian citrus psyllid can travel at least two kilometers in a twelve-day period, and they are able to traverse potential geographic barriers such as roads and fallow fields, research ... read more