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American taxpayers spent more money cleaning up and helping out after natural disasters last year than they spent on education or transportation.
Melting ice and rising seas are shifting the position of the North Pole by eight inches a year.
Utilities are fighting with solar advocates over an obscure but important policy called "net metering." Here's what's at stake, and why it matters.
One day, the temperature was 22 degrees F. The next day, it was 92.
Scan a product with Buycott, and it analyzes the insane web of corporate ownership in order to tell you exactly what terrible policies you'd be supporting if you bought that cereal.
The energy you put into pedaling this bike powers an air purifier so you can breathe better. Unless it rains and the whole thing electrocutes you.
Newtok, Alaska, is losing ground to the sea at a dangerous rate and for its residents, exile is inevitable.
The president of the largest conservation group in the galaxy says that when it comes to cleaning air and water and standing up to climate change, nature has the best answers.
In their new book, "Nature's Fortune," Mark Tercek and Jonathan Adams tell the story of how the Big Apple built the best water treatment system in the world, no filters required.
Wind turbines killed an estimated 83,000 birds of prey last year, yet the administration has never prosecuted a wind farm for killing a protected bird.
Driving rates in the U.S. continue to decline, thanks to millennials. A new report argues that the rejection of car culture is here to stay.
New research suggests that people in counties with coal-fired power plants are more likely to kill themselves.
Guerrilla farmers planted thousands of veggie seedlings over the weekend, only to see them plowed over Monday by the University of California. Within hours, the activists returned.
Smokey isn't the only fictional bear who cares about the environment.
Taco Bell is testing a waffle taco. It's end of days. Or it's the greatest news ever.
How would you like to have a house where every room was a workout station? How would you like it if that house was named after Jane Fonda?
Umbra asks the experts for a little financial advice. The question pays off, with interest.
It's pretty simple, really. Hens lay eggs until they're about three. And then they live for five to seven years after that.
State lawmakers are pushing a bill that would prevent Tesla from selling its own cars in the state, forcing it to go through commission-charging car dealerships instead.
And 63 percent of people who took a totally unscientific Guardian poll said they would be fine with this.