It may be just a matter of time before prairie grasses simply don’t have enough protein to support grazing. Are rising CO2 levels to blame?
Plants are absorbing more carbon dioxide from the air, increasing both the process of photosynthesis and levels of glucose found in their products.
Two new studies suggest that changing atmospheric conditions could reduce protein and iron in food.
Walmart has promised big cuts in emissions of greenhouse gases. To meet that goal, the giant retailer may have to persuade farmers to use less fertilizer.
More than half of supermarket tomatoes now are grown in greenhouses or "shade-houses," and flavor is improving.
Three of the world’s largest facilities are scheduled to come on stream in the next year to produce a variety of nitrogen products.
About 20 years ago, scientists realized peaks and valleys of the carbon cycle are reaching higher and lower levels. The Corn Belt may be contributing to that.
Researchers are simulating future growing conditions to help predict climate change effects and stave off food-system challenges ahead.
Let's flesh out the details of making home brew. Lesson number one: proper sanitation is vital to a tasty batch of beer!
The United Nations has announced that industrialized nations around the world have agreed to cut CO2 emissions, but the US still lags behind.
A study by Dutch analysts found that the growth of global carbon dioxide emissions dropped dramatically in 2008. So what's the bad news?