An Illinois fisherman pulled a live Asian carp from the Illinois Waterway just nine miles from Lake Michigan triggering a mandatory two weeks of intensive search in the waters for more.
When President Barack Obama took office January 2009, he did so with a vision for the future of the United States of America. As he would eloquently lay out over what now feels like eight docile years of domestic politics, the United States must lead the world through difficult political and economic choices to address […]
Research first appeared in the early 1970s concerning how chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) contributed to the destruction of Earth’s protective ozone layer. At the time, CFCs were abundant in the developed world; commonly used in refrigeration, air conditioning, fire protection, aerospace, electronics, and agriculture. Because of the unique and lethal threat posed by ozone depletion, nations from […]