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The Navy gears up for huge war games in Alaska — wildlife and environment be damned

As climate change melts Arctic ice, the military is increasingly focused on the far north. That's bad news for ecosystems and native people.

Is Tomorrowland the the most dystopian movie of 2015?

Hype around Tomorrowland has focused on the film’s optimism -- look at this happy, perfect future we could have! It's not that simple.

Climate change is messing with gravity again

Antarctic ice is still melting at a gravity-shifting rate. Climate change is really heavy stuff.

Diverse cities don’t always have diverse neighborhoods

Some of the most racially "diverse" cities in the country are also the most segregated.

It’s official: California farmers volunteer to give up water

The state has already asked most farmers and residents to cut water use. Now it's turning to the people whose water rights are first in legal line.

Sea lion, fed up with climate change, hits the bar

All jokes about sea lions and Hair of the Dogs aside, starving sea lions landing in Newport bars is really upsetting.

Prepare to pay more for eggs

With domestic output in jeopardy, egg producers are contemplating both foreign supplies and plant-based alternatives.

Nashville is pretty ¯\_(?)_/¯ about its giant accidental lake

Even Google Maps recognizes the country music capital's unnatural body of water.

This palm oil company just bulldozed a rainforest

Pressuring a little-known ag corporation is hard, so activists are going after a posh hotel chain that's owned by the same conglomerate.

This map of food cravings across the United States will make you hungry

Jucy Lucys. Chicken cheesesteaks. Banana pudding. What does your state crave the most?

Finding good bagels outside of New York is impossible, and here’s why

A New York bagel, in all its culinary beauty, is a unique work of art. Watch this video to find out why.

CIA to close a secretive climate change science program

Scientists used the Medea program to study how global warming could worsen conflict. Now that project has come to an end.

Scientists may have found a solution for space pollution

There's a bunch of junk orbiting Earth, and these scientists want to destroy it using lasers.

The Constitution doesn’t care about your uterus

We're stuck in a hellish tango around the constitutional validity of controlling our uteri.

Oil spill returns to its ancestral waters near Santa Barbara

Here's a short list of ways the spill could lead to serious legislative change.

Can cities, businesses, and other new climate actors help bridge the emissions gap?

The U.N. Climate Summit last year elicited dozens of action plans, and some of them could make a real difference, new research finds.

Should I cut down my tree to save water in the drought?

To tree or not to tree, that is the question. Umbra says 'tis nobler to tree. The real question is, what kind?

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