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Turn those greens into a stir-fry with ginger.
To win the climate war, we need government investment in new technologies and industries. A carbon tax or a carbon cap won't do the trick on its own.
How this Juneau wholesaler is building a better food system.
College students design a bike they say is unstealable.
After the tear gas clears, residents will be left with the air pollution that’s been clouding the St. Louis metro region for decades.
A viral tweet perfectly captures just how irresponsible climate denial is.
Being frank about ongoing racism and including all voices is not just crucial to the climate change movement -- it’s crucial to any movement.
How this Birmingham BBQ joint is building a better food system
A federal appeals court recently took a red pen to the Affordable Care Act. The president’s signature environmental achievement could be next. But don't panic yet.
The fight over fracking has arrived more slowly in Michigan than in states like Pennsylvania and New York. But it's heating up.
Turns out extreme drought can move mountains, too.
Scientists use handwritten letters to share their sad, sad feelings about climate change.
What do Bill Koch, the Aspen Skiing Company, and environmentalists all have in common? We visited a coal mine in Colorado to find out.
On a real scorcher of a day, the mercury downtown can roar 24 degrees above the temps in the surrounding desert. Other cities are feeling the heat, too.
Pre-measured ingredients for cook-at-home meals could be a fantastic idea. But if you want to recycle all that packaging, you might need an advanced degree.
Thanks to a lawsuit brought by environmental justice activists, the feds are about to crack down on the chemical stew these plants dump into the air.
There's someone in every state in the nation who’s breaking the status quo when it comes to food. Meet them all in our interactive map.
Kinder Morgan's big gas pipeline extension project is on hold, and the opposition to it recalls the revolt against urban freeways two generations ago.
A reader's battery has shuffled off this mortal coil. Umbra says Mexican recycling plants make calamity of so long a life.
A recent study finds that people who walk to work or take the train are more satisfied than the rest of us. What do they know that we don't?