The myth: It's the responsibility of local governments to deal with stormwater when it rains. The facts: The first line of defense is the property owner. The cumulative efforts of whole communities has significant impact on the quantity and quality of stormwater that ends up in our lakes and rivers.
What would it taste like to eat a cricket? That’s what contributor Kate Sackman wondered recently while watching a mother bird feed its fat, hungry babies. As it happens, Chicago's Brookfield Zoo has an insect chef.
"EcoMyths" is a new regular Worldview feature that explores commonly held misconceptions about the environment. During the hour, experts address your questions and concerns regarding the earth. EcoMyths Alliance president Kate Sackman, DePaul University ecologist Dr.