Bryan Walsh

Time magazine

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Senior editor for Time magazine and a veteran environmental reporter, he continues to write on environmental issues

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Honeybees ­­ the tiny farm workers responsible for dozens of crops, from almonds to cherries have been dying off at alarming rates for more than two decades.

The Mysteriously Disappearing Honeybees

Honeybees ­­ the tiny farm workers responsible for dozens of crops, from almonds to cherries have been dying off at alarming rates for more than two decades.

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Millions of Americans are feeling the brunt of one of the worst storms ever to strike the East Coast.

Taking Stock of Superstorm Sandy

Millions of Americans are feeling the brunt of one of the worst storms ever to strike the East Coast.

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Last year, the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer, IARC, spent $24 million to study cell phone use.

WHO Says Cell Phones Could Be Carcinogenic

Last year, the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer, IARC, spent $24 million to study cell phone use.

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