Farmers are turning a stinky problem into a solution. What’s next: making it more affordable and even cleaner.
Lyndsey Gilpin is a freelance journalist and the editor of Southerly, a newsletter about ecology and culture in the American South.
The last year has been especially tough on the day celebrating—and protecting—the environment.
Coal ash is a proven health risk, and it’s killed tens of innocent people. The Trump administration, however, wants to roll back federal regulations. Why?
Low-oxygen areas in waterways, called ‘dead zones,’ can’t support life and can lead to health issues. But government regulations have been lax thus far.
‘This is a pristine place. Human health and environmental health are codependent. Why would you want to risk that?’
Flooding might be the least of the problems of low-lying regions.