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A reader worries that her banana peels are giving off bad gas. Umbra forks over some scrappy advice.
Rescued critters in hand-knit garb? YES, PLEASE.
But new rules still don't go nearly far enough to protect communities along rail lines from explosions and fires.
This means the stuff we found under the bed is still fair game, right?
The overuse of road salt this winter might eventually mess up freshwater ecosystems. Thanks again, polar vortex.
Rejoice! America’s Finest News Source turned its funnymaker on everyone’s favorite GMO villain.
Remember back in October when we told you we were looking for a few good fellows? Well, we found ‘em. And we couldn’t be more jazzed.
Cities across the country are debating how to regulate ridesharing companies like Lyft, Uber, and Sidecar. Here's a map tracking some of the most heated battles.
ERM, which wrote the environmental impact study on Keystone XL, did all sorts of dodgy and deceptive stuff, but none of it amounted to serious rule breaking, according to a new report.
The government will spend $3 million to encourage farmers and ranchers to provide nutritious honeybee nectar in the Midwest.
Tired of trees disappearing on you? Always right after they volunteered to do the dishes, too.
Vernice Miller-Travis connected the dots between the nasty haze that hung over West Harlem and the neighborhood's sky-high asthma rates. She is one of the unsung heroes of the environmental justice movement.
Why? Possibly because it'll be profitable for people with political connections.
A new study predicts 106,004 new gas wells will be drilled in the Marcellus region.
We were going to like the Armadillo even if it didn't have a very practical purpose.
Farmworker training and rules for underage labor are valuable, but it's going to take more to change our chemical-laced system.
Someone, at some point, must have made the right sacrifice to the right volcano god.
Would someone giving away free homemade cake on the subway make you grin -- or make you call 911? (ANTHRAX!!!!1)
Some leaders in Los Angeles and Sacramento are fed up with fracking, which sucks up lots of water even as the state is suffering through a drought.
An oyster producer in British Columbia has lost three years' worth of bivalves -- the latest in a growing line of commercial shellfish collapses linked to ocean acidification.