PepsiCo endangers biodiversity hotspot in Gulf of Mannar

Wetlands lost to agriculture can be reclaimed with relative ease, but they will not regain their former flora and fauna without a huge effort, according to research

a weed called mimosa is destroying

Global warming could worsen allergies, says a new study

Careless dumping of genetically modified canola plants triggers an outcry in South Australia

A flood tolerant and drought resistant weed spreads along the Cauvery delta, badly affecting agricultural production

a purple weed, Lythrum salicaria , that was brought from Europe and released in North America 200 years ago is threatening wetlands across the us and Canada. Bernd Blossey of Cornell

Insects introduced to curb the spread of water hyacinths are avoiding feeding on those weeds that have been contaminated by toxic metals

Forest officials are confronted with the spread of a weed that stifles tree growth but is useful for making baskets.