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Hillary Clinton released her big climate plan, but here's what she won't talk about.
A reader wants to know whether "single stream" recycling is more efficient than the usual sort-paper-and-plastic approach. Umbra digs up the answer.
Get a sense of your carnivorous footprint on the environment.
He recently called for cutting tax credits for wind, solar, oil, and gas. Here's what he'll call for next.
Congress is deadlocked on extending the Highway Trust Fund. Maybe it's time to rethink the whole idea.
It's a SAD lamp, but for tomatoes.
A new report suggests that electric bill savings could be even more extreme than the EPA projects.
Construction begins on a new clean energy project off the coast of Rhode Island.
The practice is gaining popularity in drought-plaged California, but is it safe?
A new poll finds that swing-state voters are split along partisan lines -- of course.
A visit to the UC-Davis slaughterhouse to watch the transition from livestock to meat offers some lessons in anxiety and respect.
That's right: We're talking about almonds and California again, folks, but bear with us.
The problem with universally condemning energy subsidies is that they're not all the same.
The reason that your commute is such a nonstop wonder-rollercoaster has to do with chaos theory. Go figure!
California has a rough road ahead on climate change.
We found a new planet that could support life. If not for ourselves, then for our hypothetical new friends: Let's clean this place up a little.
La Croix, the carbonated fruit water in a can, is having a moment -- but a can is still a can.
Why are there so many different varieties of cleaning products, and do we need them? Umbra has the sudsy answer.
This infographic brims with gross food safety facts.
The famed climate scientist thinks leading nations will adopt a climate fee -- and if it happens soon enough, it could save us from the worst.