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Your milk travels hundreds of miles to get to your cup. Can micro-pasteurizers change that?
A reader wonders if all that wash water turns a green option brown. Umbra says that's a loaded question.
Do the Green Thing is celebrating Earth Hour by releasing a new poster every day until March 29. Here are some of our favorites.
The outlook in this new government report is as scary/glum/depressing as it sounds, so line up some cute animal vids to watch after this.
The Canadian government has given pipeline giant Enbridge the green light to pump tar sands oil through an aging line north of Lake Ontario. What could possibly go wrong?
A new Pew report shows that only 32 percent of millennials identify themselves as environmentalists. This millennial says screw a label.
By an overwhelming majority, the GOP-controlled House OK'd legislation to boost energy efficiency. Here's why.
Brew some more coffee, because these will make you wanna stay up all night gazing at the skyline.
Run as a Democrat.
Warning: If you like tiny houses, set aside the next half hour, because this is like crack.
Inspiration meets desperation in this week's green news.
Being squeezed into a sweater can freak a penguin out -- and it’s really not necessary, thanks to heat lamps.
The ocean's coldest, saltiest waters are disappearing -- thanks to Antarctic currents shutting down.
A free game lets create your own subway system. You'll never look a train delay the same way again.
Entrepreneurs are trying out ways to recycle sequestered carbon dioxide, making everything from fertilizer to superglue to Plexiglas.
The warming climate is predicted to bring punishing rainstorms.
Leto, fresh off an Oscar win, has signed an open letter calling on Secretary of State John Kerry to recommend against building the pipeline.
Tough policies would truly change commuter habits, but we're barely seeing them.
The last thing you wanna hear is that one of the seven wonders of the world fell down because someone just HAD to write “Joey + Dawson 4ever.”
An exclusive sister-to-sister interview on environmental journalism, the dangers of fracking, and how to stop dad's snoring.