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Here are a couple dozen recipes to get you through an excess of sweet potatoes without an excess of sweet, from savory fritters to soups.
The planet’s changing climate demands that we summon the energy to leave behind the Age of Fossil Fuel (and maybe some of the Age of Capitalism as well).
I tried turning leftover cookies into a pie. Here's what happened next. (Spoiler: I ate it)
A Christmas tree recycling program in California is feeding pines to goats to prevent brush fires in landfills.
Blazing Pitchforks Ranch, Fruit Loop Acres, Second Could On The Left Farm — these spreads have the most fantastic names.
Five revelations from Ben Lowe, a religious greenie who's sparking a young evangelical movement.
If you forgot to buy a present for that special someone, unfold those arms and get to hugging.
These are the six best laugh-worthy moments that came out of some remarkably terrible news for the environment.
A reader is hard pressed to find a sustainable cookie maker. Umbra excels at pizzelles.
It's very strange to be in a position where I find myself weighing spending the holidays with people I love against the climate crisis.
Cities may hold the solutions to our global climate crisis -- but only if we address deep-seated inequities.
From rising sea levels and acidifying oceans to rural roads and dollar buses, these exercises in eco-cartography will open your eyes.
There are increasingly frequent moments in the New England power market when renewable energy is considerably cheaper than fossil fuel energy.
Police unions have blamed protesters for sparking violence against cops. Clearly, they've missed the point.
Head to the local vintage store for that last-second holiday shopping. Your loved one (and the planet) will appreciate it.
Black entrepreneurs want to see themselves reflected in the green economy before they join the army to defend it.
We spent some time this week pedaling through our bike coverage from 2014, and here are our favorite stories of the year.
Production of wheat -- one of the world’s most important staple crops -- is set to fall by 6 percent for every 1 degree C rise in temperature.
While high-profile issues aroused inflexible rhetoric, the food movement made real progress this year in a handful of important but less prominent areas.
The EPA's Ashley Zanolli dishes up the best ways to curb your food-waste footprint during the holidaze.