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Keystone XL, Syrian chemical weapons waste, and a fresh Chevron explosion: How much pollution can Port Arthur take?
What's the best way to address violence in warming cities? If you're a cop, try redefining homicide -- literally.
The WTO has started talks on a new deal that would facilitate trade in "environmental goods," but its definition of "environmental" is not so good.
Last week, the Department of Energy announced a $4 billion loan guarantee program for renewable energy projects, Solyndra be damned.
Big Oil has convinced some lawmakers to try to delay the inclusion of motor fuels in the state's carbon-trading system. Because it cares about struggling families.
In exchange for a new rescue truck, the town of Mattawa agreed to not to comment on any of TransCanada's operations for the next five years.
The Wilderness Act turns 50 this year. But climate change means we need to rethink what "wild" even means.
LEGO of our brand loyalty, Shell! Greenpeace made a video to protest the pairing of oil and toys, and to remind us all that the Arctic is in trouble.
After a heinous crime in a New York greenspace, we stripped five young men of their humanity. They paid dearly for it.
New study finds kudzu and other invasives can release carbon that had been sequestered in the soil.
Small news websites are filling in some of the void left by shrinking city newspapers and TV news coverage. They're proving their worth in times of disaster.
President Obama ordered the U.S. Export-Import Bank to stop funding coal plants, but some members are Congress are trying to undermine that ban.
H.L. Mencken is often quoted as saying, “No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people.” He got close, but he never uttered those actual words. Probably because he’d never seen these guys: A hot new trend known as “Rollin Coal” is sweeping the stupider corners of the country. Show More Summary
New research paints an alarming picture of wildlife being contaminated by tar-sands extraction -- wildlife that First Nations have long hunted for food.
New research shows that a vegetarian diet is good for you and the climate, both. Just please, go easy on the lentils.
He used to invest in coal projects, but he doesn't anymore, and the climate movement is happy to welcome people who've newly seen the light.
A grassroots movement in California begins to make headway in a fight to protect rat-eating hawks from rodenticides.
Biologists say the majestic swimmers' "pump" mechanism filters the oceans of carbon.
Turkish herders found the most obvious solution to keeping their cellphones juiced: solar panels on donkeys.
A reader wonders if he can use rain barrel water for his garden. Umbra collects her thoughts.