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Archived Since:March 4, 2008

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This just in: Millennials love organic eggplant, hate Gucci

The nation’s most closely scrutinized generation is basically dumping $20 bills on the front steps of Whole Foods with a wheelbarrow.

Why Mississippi is doing farmer education right

How the Mississippi Delta's MEGA is building a better food system.

How green is the iPhone 6?

Apple says its new phone is an environmental dream. But where's the built-in solar panel?

Kochs backing out of blue-state Senate races

The Koch brothers' group Freedom Partners has stopped running ads in Oregon and Michigan, where climate-friendly Democrats are in the lead.

On mindfulness

(PSA: I’m doing a few follow-ups on my Outside piece on my sabbatical. Just one or two more and then I’m back to your regularly scheduled climate doom.) Going into my break, I hadn’t given much thought to “mindfulness.” Insofar as IShow More Summary

Why Minnesota is doing wild rice right

How this Native American organization is building a better food system.

Reno won Tesla’s gigafactory. Was it worth it?

It's the 10th largest incentive deal ever, with Nevada paying nearly $200,000 per job.

Latino eco-festival hosts big stars, bigger ideas

Congress members, Nobel Prize winners, and even Commander William Adama will hit Boulder, Colo. this week for the Americas Latino Eco Festival. Founder Irene Vilar spills the details.

“Rebel” cowboys say we have no right to kick their cattle off our public lands

You thought Cliven Bundy and his band of self-styled militiamen were outrageous? You obviously haven't met Wayne Hage.

Is necessity the mother of climate protest?

Massachusetts coal-barge civil disobedience settlement means that the "necessity defense" for climate protest remains tantalizingly untested in court.

Climate film gets activists pumped for NYC march

"Disruption" debuted to an enthusiastic crowd, inspiring them to try to make the upcoming People's Climate March the biggest climate event ever.

Get paid to make your commute awesome

Got an idea for how to make the daily trek less awful? This contest could make your dream come true.

Bad news for Obama: Fracking may be worse than burning coal

New science shows that thanks to methane leaks, gas won't work as a "bridge fuel."

Do I really need to rinse my recyclables?

A reader wonders if he should bust out the scrub brush. Umbra say he'd be nutella not to.

Why food prices scaled the peaks — and why it matters

You may not have felt a thing, but when food prices spiked in 2008 and 2011, they sent experts into a tizzy of debate over why it happened and what we can learn.

When adding bike lanes actually reduces traffic delays

In New York, smart street design helped the city have its safety and its speed, too.

China just got serious about global warming. Now we’re really out of excuses.

The world's biggest polluter will set up a carbon market as early as 2016. Here's why that matters.

The insect-eating revolution will not be bro-ified

A study finds marginally more enthusiasm for eating bugs among the testosterone set. But, truly, entomophagy does not bow to gender.

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