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G20 nations spend $452 billion each year on fossil fuel subsidies. But some countries are at least starting to reform those programs.
Jenny Odell's "Bureau of Suspended Objects" project looks at where the stuff we throw out came from, who made it, and what it means.
What's really in cat food? A vegan pet owner wants to know, and Umbra has the purr-fect answer.
What could drive a pacifist faith to fight? Well, have you seen Mad Max?
The interactive tool shows a pollution and poverty index, VW diesel cars, and electric vehicle stations.
A new documentary brings "In Defense of Food" to cinematic life.
The huge rally planned for the U.N. climate summit is canceled due to "the heightened security situation" in Paris.
Canadian scientists are finally free to speak about their research, even if it involves gasp climate change.
From gas stations to corporate headquarters, oil companies are increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks.
The activists want Jerry Brown to ban fracking in the Golden State.
Two weeks before the Paris climate talks, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy says the U.S. is serious about taking action.
The billionaire industrialists have their very own surveillance team that's spying on the left.
The Norwegian oil company Statoil abandons drilling plans in the the Chuckchi Sea.
Veganism is on the rise in Israel, and the military is taking note.
Despite rising sea levels, massive floods, and a previous explosion, Florida decided not to relocate the jail.
In fact, the new rules can be expected to lower people’s bills in all 50 states, a new report finds.
Ever spent 45 minutes waiting for a delayed bus? Watch our video to find out why -- and how to make that bus work better.
A new study hopes to measure the climate impact of ride-sharing services.
The government will decide Wednesday or Thursday whether or not the big Paris climate march will go ahead.
From replanting the reefs we've lost to evolving stronger corals, humans are trying to engineer reefs to withstand climate change.