“The mosquito population is already coming out, and it’s making life impossible,” said a former Navy entomologist in San Juan.
Miami Beach residents are protesting the city's use of the insecticide naled, but experts point out that the long-used chemical has never been shown to be dangerous to humans.
Washing your dishes and your genitals with the same soap is weird.
For the first time, a landmark law passed by Minnesota in 2014 will actually compensate two beekeepers for damage caused by neonicotinoids, one of the most widely used class of insecticides in the world.
Ostrich eggs are currently fetching as much as $50 in Ankara and Istanbul. The reason? Thanks to a centuries-old tradition, farmers believe that ostrich eggs have the power to do what a jug of DEET can't.
For years, environmentalists have been blaming nicotine-derived insecticides for colony collapse disorder, and the coming breakdown of the global economy. Chengshen Lu's second report shows that they're probably right. And he means it this time.