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Musk’s new Tesla gets extra credit in respected auto test

The Model S P85D scored a logically impossible 103 out of 100 in a Consumer Reports evaluation.

Louisiana guv tells Obama not to mention climate change during Katrina anniversary visit

Jindal asks Obama to "not insert the divisive political agenda of liberal environmental activism" into his remarks. Obama is ignoring him.

Making the connections on tar-sands pollution, racism, and sexism

Melina Laboucan-Massimo is leading the fight against tar-sands development in Canada -- and for the rights of indigenous women.

Sea levels are rising and they’re not going to stop, says NASA

New research finds that seas have risen by an average of three inches over the past two decades, and they're only going up.

These first-time fishermen know all the best (and worst) parts of fishing

Andrew and Sophie never planned to be commercial fishermen -- but they tried it for a summer. Here's what they learned.

Rechargeable batteries: Which are the most eco-friendly?

There are many ways to juice your gadgets without throwing away mountains of dead batteries. Umbra charges through the options.

People are still living in FEMA’s toxic Katrina trailers — and they likely have no idea

Our map shows the formaldehyde-laced trailers went on an odd journey, and our reporter explains why.

Kids toss out fruits and veggies from school lunches, researchers find

A new study shows that fruit-and-veggie quotas get kids to take more produce on their trays -- but they throw out more, too.

Scientists try to replicate climate denier findings and fail

Peer-reviewed studies that support skeptic talking points contain questionable physics and shoddy analysis.

Famous folks call for noisy climate activism ahead of Paris talks

Naomi Klein, Desmond Tutu, Vivienne Westwood and others demand mass civil climate action.

Shocking: Prominent climate denier gets money from Big Coal

Turns out Christopher Horner is funded by one of the largest coal companies in the U.S.

A look at the $50 billion battle to save Louisiana

Will New Orleans survive the next big hurricane? Here's a bird's-eye view of the fight to save the coast.

The hungry dystopia of climate change

Worldwide hunger and food panics are now a real possibility. Thanks, climate change!

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