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California is betting $2 million that its traffic jams can generate electricity.

A similar Israeli pilot program failed -- unbeknownst to the California state representative who proposed the funding for it.

India will jump on the bandwagon for global climate action.

India's ratification brings the climate agreement within spitting distance of the required totals.

Gary Johnson has an out-this-world plan to save us from climate change.

The Libertarian Party presidential candidate thinks we humans should move to another planet.

Should I be using a water filter?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk pours forth wisdom on drinking water safety and filtration systems.

Happy World Contraception Day! Is your birth control working for you?

There are now five different forms of IUD on the market. Options are nice!

The haunting song of climate change, in D minor

Scientists turned the data points from a dying forest into music.

North American tribes forge an alliance to fight oil projects.

Over 50 U.S. and Canadian indigenous communities signed a historic pan-continental treaty.

Car-free cities might be catching on.

This week, cities mark World Car-Free Day, an annual event to promote ways to get around sans motor vehicles.

Why debate moderators ignore climate questions

Clinton and Trump likely won't be asked to debate climate change. Who cares? It’s only the fate of humanity!

Here are our reading recs to kick off six months of hibernation.

If you’re not planning to move your body for the foreseeable future, might as well keep the brain limber.

Farmworkers demand ban on a toxic pesticide.

The EPA is considering whether to ban the use of chlorpyrifos, an insect killer that can cause serious damage to human health.

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