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Obama has banned U.S. investment in most overseas coal plants. Republicans and fossil-fuel-loving Democrats want to undo that ban.
Wisconsin’s Scott Walker, Florida’s Rick Scott, and Maine’s Paul LePage were all vulnerable -- and they all triumphed anyway.
Move over Popemobile. The poopmobile is heaven scent
We're starting to sound like a broken heat record.
The world's top emitter is pledging to cap coal use starting in 2020.
Floating wetlands feed on nitrogen pollution in streams and ponds, stifling gross algal blooms and bringing some wildness back into cities.
The GMO giant wants to help you beat climate change … with your phone.
A reader says her contraceptive is over-packaged. Umbra says you should see that packaging that kids come with these days.
If Hawaii opts to stop biotechnology, that would be a serious blow to the industry.
The Smart Hat might save your noggin, but it'll destroy your sex life.
You've gotta fight. For your right. To pooooootty.
And unless the FDA acts by year's end, labeling rules won't come to the tenderized meat market until 2018 at the earliest.
The new PBS doc "Earth: A New Wild" explores how humans interact with ecosystems worldwide.
If you only pay attention to the headlines, it sounds like nobody’s doing anything about climate change. But it turns out that carbon is getting priced, and this map shows you where.
The "Parks & Recreation" writer's new book is a smart (and hilarious) take on the dumb idea that women can't understand science.
This Beijing man uploaded one photo every day. The results are terrifying.
This one-stop green-renovation shop is really improving home improvement. Sorry Lowe's.
No surprise: Young people of color are hit hardest.
The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank asserts that enviros are taking the same uncompromising attitude toward moderate Democrats that Tea Partiers take toward moderate Republicans. He's wrong.
A Senate bill to force approval of the pipeline failed on Tuesday, coming up one vote short of the 60 needed to overcome a filibuster threat.