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In part 2 of our series on Canada's Sacred Headwaters, tensions grow as a small First Nations tribe draws support from near and far for a showdown with Big Oil -- and itself.
The Food Safety Modernization Act might have put some small farmers out of business. After a public outcry, the FDA promises to make significant changes to the rules.
Dolphins and oil don't mix.
They're bringing the holiday spirit to a South Korean zoo.
Money doesn’t grow on trees; it’s born at a Levi’s factory! Or at least it USED to be... until there were jeggings.
Now kids can generate energy not just when they play soccer, but when they jump rope.
Norse Energy sucks at its core business of drilling for oil and gas, so it's taken to suing officials and governments who've limited fracking.
The engineer deleted text messages that showed BP was understating the size of the Deepwater Horizon spill.
Two neonicotinoid pesticides that are frequently found on American produce could cause learning and memory problems in humans, European scientists warn.
The seats are made of LEGOs. The hubcaps are made of LEGOs. The engine is made of LEGOs.
Dig around in the dirt a little more and maybe you can also have a bestseller.
It’s mildly terrifying. As terrifying as something called the humped bladderwort can be. (Snort.)
GM technology hasn't lived up to its hype. Genetic-engineering proponents blame activists. Here's a deeper look at the GMO blame game.
A reader wonders what he should do about his greenhouse-gas spewing cream foamer. Umbra whips up a solution.
In remote B.C., tribal elders, fishermen, hunters, and ordinary folks won a six-year fight to kick Big Oil out of their salmon-bearing backyard. Our three-part series explores what we can learn from their climate win.
The states with the dirtiest energy just happen to be where they do people of color the dirtiest. Can clean energy help fix that?
Enjoy it while it lasts! Because eventually we'll all sink into the ocean.
Another way Typhoon Haiyan sucked: it hit at rice-planting time. NGOs are now trying to help Filipino farmers avoid famine.
South Portland has imposed a six-month moratorium on shipping tar-sands oil through its port, and is now looking at a permanent ban.
Energy giants have lobbied police to treat environmental activists like potential terrorists. Looks like it's working.