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Scientists try to replicate climate denier findings and fail

Peer-reviewed studies that support skeptic talking points contain questionable physics and shoddy analysis.

Famous folks call for noisy climate activism ahead of Paris talks

Naomi Klein, Desmond Tutu, Vivienne Westwood and others demand mass civil climate action.

Shocking: Prominent climate denier gets money from Big Coal

Turns out Christopher Horner is funded by one of the largest coal companies in the U.S.

A look at the $50 billion battle to save Louisiana

Will New Orleans survive the next big hurricane? Here's a bird's-eye view of the fight to save the coast.

The hungry dystopia of climate change

Worldwide hunger and food panics are now a real possibility. Thanks, climate change!

We’re killing off all the animals and they are making it really difficult for us to save them

Scientists want to artificially inseminate endangered species, but that's easier said than done.

When the Big One hits, here’s some of the gear you’re going to need

Disaster prep isn't a realm in which to get too obsessive about sustainability, but it makes all sorts of sense to stock your own kit, Umbra advises.

These elected officials eat hemp to make a point

A Democrat and a Republican joined forces for a meal of banned food.

There’s a new sustainable ag technique in town, and it’s cleaning up

With the right "push-pull" planting combos, African farmers can ward off pests, fertilize crops, feed animals, and even withstand drought.

What is so great about whales? This scientist says it’s their poop

Asha de Vos studies how the blue whales of Sri Lanka, threatened by a booming shipping industry, help feed an ecosystem from the bottom up.

These Burners want to clean up Burning Man

A new petition seeks to make Burner Shame a thing of the past.

We’re making massive waste islands in the sea

A new NASA visualization shows how trash accumulates in oceanic garbage patches.

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