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Michiganians are loudly voicing their concerns about a 60-year-old oil pipeline that runs along the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac.
Here's one quirky solution to NYC's problem of trucking waste to landfills out of state.
Sunday's civil disobedience action put the emphasis on "civil," but students arrested in the snow intend to keep raising their voices.
This means marine life could fully recover from the BP oil spill in... let’s see... 2035!
The 19th century naturalist and political philosopher argued that slavery laid waste to the American landscape -- and not just in the South.
We Yanks aren’t off the hook, either -- communities in more than 40 states are testing dog dung to help stamp out crap.
Iron Maiden singer, pilot, and hero Bruce Dickinson will circumnavigate the globe in the biggest thing that's ever flown -- a huge hybrid balloon.
The giant translucent Easter eggs are supposed to "blend harmoniously within the surrounding environment."
Un-salted seawater might be one cure for California's water woes, and 17 new desalination projects are banking on it.
Tiny houses have seemingly taken over the landscape of aspirational real estate, and not just for the green-minded. What's the appeal?
Don’t fence us in! Despite a new study’s findings, free-range meat still has a green streak.
We picked some bad science to support our post on new findings about herbicide contamination of the atmosphere in the Mississippi Delta. Here's the scoop.
A right-wing think tank tried to tell Tim Cook to dump Apple's green initiatives. He basically flipped them off. (Take THAT!)
But the point of these maps isn’t -- believe it or not -- to give city-dwellers one more reason to gloat.
Oil refiners will have to reduce the amount of sulfur in gasoline, which will help combat asthma, lung disease, and premature births and deaths.
The slow loris may be an adorable, big-eyed creature that you want to tickle, but it’s done taking your crap.
Sen. Barbara Boxer is warning that tar-sands oil poses significant health risks. She's calling on the State Department to do a new study on the issue.
A new study says 75 percent of air and rain samples from the Mississippi Delta contained Roundup. Here's why that's so scary (if it's not obvious).
We can’t argue that meat is problematic. We’re just not sure eating Jennifer Lawrence is the solution.
Open Tree Map is a new database of Seattle's urban forest. Tree-hugging just got so much easier.