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Webb vented his frustration with a virulent tweetstorm. Here's what he got wrong.
Experts explain why.
Animation is going greener — and we're not just talking about The Hulk.
Another week, another instance of governments targeting peaceful environmental activists -- this time the head of Greenpeace International.
Every once in a while, Mother Nature throws a curve ball.
If you're really worried about gentrification, your best bet is tackling problems related to racial inequities and climate change vulnerability.
ExxonMobil, Chevron, and Saudi Arabia have all given to the family’s groups. What are environmental groups saying about this?
A total solar eclipse is headed for Europe on March 20. How is it going to affect the region's solar power?
It's National Invasive Species Awareness Week. But are they really scary invaders, or exciting new neighbors? The choice is yours.
As old-school fast food loses our gullets, new-school fast food is winning our wallets. It's not exactly a revolution, but the change is for the better.
A reader frets that taking long baths may be bad for the planet. Umbra says she's in hot water.
Harriet Tregoning, a rock star in the world of smart growth and urban planning, is now the head of HUD’s Office of Economic Resilience.
Scottish researchers could make your post-work Rusty Nail a little more eco-conscious. Cheers!
This time-lapse from the International Space Station will stop you in your tracks.
Ian Wright wants to electrify big autos -- and when cleaning up the streets, where better to start than with garbage trucks?
Here's the coolest thing happening in the electricity world right now: communities banding together and buying their own (cleaner) power, bypassing utilities.
Sucking excess CO2 from the air could likely be our best hope for returning concentrations to pre-industrial levels. If it works.
This fictional home has a bathtub and I don’t even have a bathroom sink, but I get it: Tiny living is not easy.
Bertha is still stuck, but locals have a plan to upcycle the unfinished highway tunnel under downtown.
But from the misleading messages some green groups have been spreading on social media, you'd think he really did.