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Climate change is fueling a global chocolate shortage -- and we aren't helping.
The Keystone XL battle is mostly symbolic at this point, which makes winning even more important.
Republicans contend that a shrimp treadmill isn't worth $3 million. They're right: It's priceless. (And only cost $47.)
Much of Garret Graves' district may one day be underwater.
The study found five out of seven garden plots had unsafe levels of toxic metals in the soil. Gulp.
A conversation with author Kiera Butler about the ethical issues around introducing developing countries to hybrid seeds that are high-yield -- and high-cost.
A reader wonders what to do with the low-nutrition food that's being donated for feeding the hungry. Umbra says put it in the bank.
The so-called "Hail Mary" to save Sen. Mary Landrieu's political hide is a pointless Kabuki dance.
As environmental causes move from national to local, we can take some notes from the tragic but phenomenally successful story of "The Mayor of Castro Street."
Louisville's impressive Neighborways system will slow down traffic, add trees, and implement green infrastructure citywide.
Make a smarter stuffing with brussels sprouts, and learn the finer points of sprout preparation.
This will make it easier to crack down on boats that are overfishing or illegally fishing in some of the most vulnerable parts of the oceans.
As Obama, our allies in Europe, and even China, commit to reduce emissions, Republicans are becoming more isolated by the day.
Science confirms meat, sugar, and fat really do mess up our bodies -- and the planet.
Don Blankenship, the former CEO of Massey Energy, has been indicted on charges that could land him in jail for 30 years.
Pearson, the world's largest education publisher, nixes climate denial from its Texas textbook. Huzzah!
Goodbye everyone, we're moving to the Netherlands.
Happily, more and more people are seeing through the hype.
India is the world's No. 3 carbon emitter, and now it's in the hot seat.
The online retailer hopes to disrupt corporate ag by selling fare from small farms online.