Is chemical pollution and global heating driving an infertility crisis?

When the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos from in vitro fertilization procedures are “extrauterine children,” the right-wing jurists controversially put a halt to IVF procedures all over the state. But one thing that may have been overlooked in the debate is how we could rely more on these technologies to have children in the future, thanks to both climate change and the proliferation of toxins in the environment....

Originally posted on salon.com