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If you eat food, don't miss the latest episode of Science Vs.
Counterintuitively, a warmer planet means more snow on the Southern Continent. And that's a good thing.
Twenty years before campaigning for a climate denier, Stephen Bannon had a different tune.
This is a terrifyingly clear visualization of our warming planet.
This is your annual reminder that we’re living in a man’s world — and we’re feeling it most at the office.
The D.C. insider feels right at home at the countercultural desert festival.
On a big birthday for parks, Obama gives oceans some love, too.
But it'll still be an uphill climb.
The governor is ordering electric utilities to cut their greenhouse gas emissions.
Two groups sued to force the administration to rethink federal oil and gas leases.
Why was this drought worse than others? Blame climate change and modernization.
The legislation bridges the gap between big climate solutions and local air problems.
Chris Cuomo wanted to talk about levees, but the Science Guy wasn't having it.
The Zero Breeze might help you chill -- but it'll warm up the planet.
Installing wind devices could cut container ship fuel use by more than 10 percent, according to one expert.
From smartphones to webcams, technology could help us understand — and appreciate — parks in the coming century.
Adding to the 265 million acres he's protected in his administration.
The frothy-mouthed radio personality painted a dystopian picture of our agricultural future on his show last week. (Actually, it sounds OK.)
Only 57 percent had ever set foot in the parks, but 85 percent want more of them -- especially in cities.
A coalition of local residents, businesses, and even the National Park Service opposed the proposed project near the Mojave.