|Filed Under:||Issues & Causes / Environmentalism|
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|Archived Since:||March 4, 2008|
A bipartisan energy bill? Enviros react with a resounding “meh.”
The average global temperature change for the first three months of 2016 was 1.48 degrees C, analysis shows.
The oil giant warned it would pull out of E.U. if proposals to cut pollution and speed up clean energy were passed.
First, it's difficult. Second, it's in oil companies' best interests to downplay spill size.
Almost two years to the date after the water crisis began, Flint officials face felonies.
Watch us visit two Seattle edibles manufacturers, Zoots and the Goodship, to learn how the weed batter gets made.
Meet the man who does organic bud inspections.
The world really is running out of new climate extremes.
Moving toward plant-based diets can make a big difference, but we'll have to reduce food waste, and increase yields too.
The nation's expanding agriculture industry could derail its environmental commitments.
The fourth-largest city in America is woefully unprepared for natural disasters — and the "perfect storm” is likely just around the corner.
Republicans and amateur race car drivers teamed up against the EPA — and won.
But he’s only drinking from Flint's tap selectively.
From Appalachia to the Badlands, communities that owe their existence to coal, gas, and oil honor that legacy with beauty pageants.
Complete with pretty pictures!
Right in time for 4/20, we present High and Mighty, a series about the booming buds industry.
Máxima Acuña, winner of the 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize, put her life on the line to block plans for a gold mine on her property.
Keurig is still ruining the planet one K-Cup at a time.
Destiny Watford is one of this year's Goldman Prize winners.
Oliver takes a break from skewering the presidential race to focus on Congress.