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The president can't commit to the U.N. Green Climate Fund because Congress won't go along, but he's going to factor climate resilience into international development plans. Hey, it's something.
How this Gullah organic farm is building a better food system.
What does a "blue city" look like, anyway? For starters, take a look at Rotterdam and Wellington.
We turned the thermostat up, now lionfish are inviting themselves over for the all-you-can-eat seafood buffet.
A reader is on the fence about paint vs. stain. Umbra offers a quick primer.
If nothing else, when the climate crisis bubbles into the mainstream, it's a great time to remember how much better-looking our side is.
The $8 billion complex would send electricity from Wyoming to the city of Los Angeles, making the Hoover Dam look like a middle school science project.
How Walrus and Carpenter Oysters is building a better food system.
The agribusiness giant signs a pledge to stop contributing to deforestation worldwide -- if they're successful, the reductions in carbon pollution are on par with taking all the cars in the world off the road.
Recent stories use bicycling as either a proxy for white privilege, or a metaphor for explaining it to other white people. It's not working.
How Pittsburgh's The Pedaling Baker is building a better food system.
Author Naomi Klein took free markets to task on Tuesday night's Colbert Report.
If we are to foster a broader conversation about global warming, one that includes population, it's important to remember why the topic has been largely off limits for so long.
A reporter spent three weeks kayaking the length of California's San Joaquin River -- but thanks to its forlorn state, he had to do a lot of walking.
Here is David Roberts' take on digital addiction, bad habits, and why you're better off staring out the window than staring at your phone.
How Portland Mushroom Company is building a better food system.
At the U.N. Climate Summit, Obama said the U.S. and China will take the lead on fighting climate change. "It’s what big nations have to do,” he said.
Truth: Getting the GOP to act on climate as like "pushing a million pounds of idiot up a mountain."
President Obama is among the world leaders talking about climate change in New York City.
Flood Wall Street demonstrators block a street in Manhattan's financial district with balloons, costumes, and chants, and 101 arrests follow.