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Climate warning labels are coming to gas pumps in one Canadian city

North Vancouver has come up with a way to make gasoline buyers feel super guilty.

New tool will scrub the oil off your investments

The Decarbonizer shows what would have happened if you had divested a few years ago.

Hotel chain bans bacon and sausage from breakfast menu

If you're a bacon freak, you might want to avoid the Comfort Hotels in Scandinavia.

Check out Hamburg’s two new climate-friendly neighborhoods

The fast-growing German city has a shortage of housing, so it's turning old shipping areas into new green developments.

This company made a jacket out of microbe-made spider silk

But that could be just the beginning for this sustainable wonder material.

What will green groups demand in Paris, and how will they try to get it?

American climate activists will be lobbying negotiators during the U.N. climate talks. Here’s their game plan.

If the fracking boom fizzles, will climate action fizzle, too?

A glut of oil and gas in the U.S. has made key environmental policies more politically palatable. What will happen if that glut ends?

This map shows which countries are squandering the most money on fossil fuel subsidies

G20 nations spend $452 billion each year on fossil fuel subsidies. But some countries are at least starting to reform those programs.

Each piece of garbage has a story. This artist traces it

Jenny Odell's "Bureau of Suspended Objects" project looks at where the stuff we throw out came from, who made it, and what it means.

How green is your cat’s food?

What's really in cat food? A vegan pet owner wants to know, and Umbra has the purr-fect answer.

Map shows where Volkswagen’s extra pollution has the worst impacts in California

The interactive tool shows a pollution and poverty index, VW diesel cars, and electric vehicle stations.

Michael Pollan’s food advice hits the big screen

A new documentary brings "In Defense of Food" to cinematic life.

France forbids massive climate march in wake of Paris attacks

The huge rally planned for the U.N. climate summit is canceled due to "the heightened security situation" in Paris.

Canada’s new prime minister will no longer censor scientists, unlike the last one

Canadian scientists are finally free to speak about their research, even if it involves gasp climate change.

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