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Ocean acidification is a big deal, but... what is it again? Watch our video to get the two-minute take.
Steel, aluminum, titanium, or carbon fiber -- that is the question. Umbra tests the metals.
There's still time to apply for our next fellowship. But not much.
Here's how to store, prep, and make the most of kumquats, without wasting a scrap.
Second-grader Noah Gue is headed to the White House with his climate change video. Hey Feds: ya better be quaking in your boots!
They gobble up trees and send politicians into a frenzy. But do the bugs know more about climate change than we do?
"Mass mortality events" are already a thing, and climate change is only going to make them worse. Grab some tissues.
Bonus: You might not even have to mention the word "climate."
Concerns about race relations spiked last year, according to Gallup. It's now vying with climate change for last place on Americans' list of anxieties.
The regulations are particularly feeble when it comes to making companies disclose the chemicals they use in the fracking process.
If the Guardian's new angle on climate coverage sounds like straight-up activism, that's because it is.
If this brutal exposé of shark finning and dynamite fishing makes you hungry, something is seriously wrong with you.
Tribe, a long-time Obama advisor and liberal in good standing, is taking Peabody Coal money to testify against the EPA's power plant regulations. And his arguments suck.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell made noises this week about reforming oil, gas, and coal leasing, but don’t hold your breath for dramatic change.
The Perennial Plate goes to the Bay Area, where foodies are providing healthy options in food deserts, urban gardening, and making fresh jam.
If New York's suburbs build more dense, affordable housing, it will be good for lower-income residents -- and for the environment too.
Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz shared his climate change theories on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Scientists called them "a load of claptrap."
Obama signed an executive order directing the federal government to reduce its carbon footprint by 40 percent below 2008 levels within a decade.
Some Colorado lawmakers can now be found decorating themselves with IUDs to show support for a bill that would fund contraceptive access.
A vibrant movement has grown out of organizing efforts for the People’s Climate March, and they’re making New York even more of a climate leader.