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Here’s the story of the farmworkers behind your sweet potato pie

Those who harvest sweet potatoes carry up to seven tons of the tubers per day.

Clinton got an A for her climate knowledge. How did Trump do? HA!

Scientists graded presidential candidates on their public statements on climate science. Here's how they fared.

Watch this insanely cool simulation of deep Antarctic water

This cold, salty abyss is much more interesting than the one you might be experiencing this holiday season.

Here are the latest market-tested words for selling climate action

Words have power in discussions about climate change. Here are the phrases you should use and the phrases you should avoid.

Discovery Channel boss claims “dramatic shift” in approach to science

With new leadership, Discovery is planning to air programming that's scientifically credible.

California textbooks aren’t totally sure about climate change

Researchers analyzed texts used in sixth-grade classes and found they're still peddling the old idea that the science is unclear.

We tried a bunch of meal delivery kits, and here’s what we think

Too lazy to go to the grocery store? Watch our video to find out which meal delivery kit we liked best, and why.

Oil-rich Alberta is getting serious about climate action, just in time for Paris talks

The province of Alberta, aka the Texas of Canada, will impose a carbon tax, phase out coal power, and curb emissions from tar-sands operations.

Forget psychadelics. If you wanna get weird, check out this bioart

Turning genetic technology into a creative medium could help the public see controversial science in a whole new light.

Why aren’t more farmers turning poop into power?

Methane digesters are making economic as well as environmental sense in Vietnam. They could do so everywhere -- here's how.

Here’s how the U.S. can dump fossil fuels for good

Just in time for the Paris climate talks, this new blueprint shows how the U.S. can shift to clean energy while adding half a million jobs.

Ground or instant coffee: Flavor aside, which is better for the planet?

Sure, you love your artisanal beans -- but could instant coffee be better for the planet? Advice maven Umbra Fisk sniffs around for an answer.

Good news: Big companies are using a record amount of clean energy

Companies like Walmart and General Motors are starting to defect from the fossil fuel-powered electric grid.

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