WashU Expert: "Extinction crisis even worse than realized'
Mankind is the problem, and we appear to be hastily destroying life around us, says a Washington University in St. Louis biodiversity expert upon reading new research with a WashU connection.
What does Russia want with Lebanon's gas fields?
Despite the modest signs for actual gas finds, Russia’s involvement in the Lebanese energy market spans much wider interests than natural gas – some of which directly concern Israel.
Sustainability Exchange Retreat Invites Students to Dig Deeper as They Collaborate with Community
University advises on city's bold new energy standard
St. Louis recently became the first jurisdiction in the Midwest to adopt a comprehensive new standard designed to reduce its carbon footprint. The university’s Office of Sustainability provided technical expertise to support the standard’s development.
The Elephant's Foot in the Room
Environmental analysis major launched
Nake mole rats migrate above ground with no help from the moon
A bird's-eye view of global health
Major love stories
Planning for spring waters along the Missouri
Toward a smarter way of recharging the aquifer
Researchers find a cause of high arsenic concentrations in recharged aquifers: dissolved organic compounds