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GENETIC ENGINEERING DISASTER ‘Why Argentina Can’t Feed Itself’

Genetically engineered Soya is destroying livelihoods and ecosystems in Argentina

Rock Snot invasion in the Northeast US

Didymosphenia geminata, also known as ‘Didymo’ and ‘Rock Snot’ is a type of freshwater diatom or algae. It has undergone a recent large expansion in range and is now found in many western U.S. and Canadian. Learn about precautions everyone should take to avoid spreading this invasive species.

Mississippi River Oil Spill

A sheen of fuel oil sits on the Mississippi River in New Orleans, Louisiana, following a large spill on July 23, 2008. The Mississippi River reopened to limited traffic on Friday, two days after a barge collided with a tanker spilling hundreds of gallons of fuel oil, the US Coast Guard said.