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A reader's city is replacing its network of pedestrian walks. Concrete? Asphalt? Rubber? Umbra covers the ground.
Philosophers don't have a strong argument for eating animals. So why do we do it anyway?
Hold onto your carrot tops! And onion tops! And turnip tops! And beet greens, too. You can turn all of those greens into a delicious snack.
Use this new tool to find out how much your state has heated up at night.
A document by Peabody Energy argues that “there are no demonstrated foreseeable effects of any GHG emissions.”
Despite decades of accepted science, California and Arizona are still miscounting their water supplies.
The birders in your life may not take this news well.
Scientists suspected that the big white beasts entered a kind of walking hibernation during the summer, when food is scarce. They were wrong.
On the sweeter side of climate change, Canadians are now growing grapes and peaches.
Hal Herzog has spent 30 years studying the unique relationships people have with animals. Here are his thoughts on our weird relationship with meat.
Here are four key points to draw from the State of the Climate report.
Mountaintop-removal miners have a long tradition of polluting and burying streams. New rules would make them clean up their act a little.
The cost of being a thrifty grocery shopper: crappy tomatoes.
Finally, bacon can get stop getting a bum rap for crushing vegetarian dreams.
The latest episode of "The Adaptors" looks into a question that most people think about but few like to talk about.
A reader wants to know how to do her binge-watching in the most sustainable way. Umbra goes True Detective on this one.
That's the bummer conclusion of a new study.
From fancy farm-to-table spots to hipster burger joints, too many restaurants focus on meat, and that’s terrible for the climate.
Thanks to the president’s diplomacy with developing countries, a global climate deal is a lot closer than seemed possible a year ago.
Forget ISIS and economic stability. Folks from Burkina Faso to Kenya are more worried about global warming.