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Best Picture 2014 or I’m not Roger Ebert.
Drop off groceries at your local food bank, teach your neighbors how to tune up their bikes, and maybe, just maybe, support your favorite nonprofit green news source.
The state of Maryland has given a New York-based company the go-ahead to build a garbage incinerator near two public schools. Students have a few things to say about the matter.
Retractions are typically the result of big goofs and frauds -- but in this case, the problem was inordinate attention paid to inconclusive results.
California's governor supports fracking. A whole lot of his constituents don't, and they're being increasingly vocal about it.
Farmers have a slew of tools they can use to keep GMO grain separate from traditional crops. But none of them will deliver absolute, 100-percent results.
The FDA has been waiting decades to tell us whether triclosan, a soap and toothpaste additive, is harmful. A new lawsuit is finally forcing its hand.
It's a very particular and surprisingly appealing form of recycling.
And they can be used for architectural projects, as well as for nifty consumer designs.
Best part? Your future pet will never stand you up or turn out to be married.
A reader wonders what kind of wood creates the cleanest smoke. Umbra says the answer is cut and dried.
This plan would require moon mining and robots.
Sea snot: a delicious mixture of gooey sea animal corpses and their poo!
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the eco-conscious Grumpy Cat in your life, this is just the ticket.
Climate change and evolution came under attack for different reasons, but now their skeptics are banding together.
Legislation that would impose a 10-year moratorium on fracking is making its way through the state legislature. Might it actually become law?
Bummer news for pot smokers: Up to 70 percent of the pesticides found on a marijuana bud can end up in the smoke you're inhaling.
Trans fats have been an unlabeled part of the American diet until relatively recently -- a fact that makes a good case for the "precautionary approach" to new foods.
Virginia's gubernatorial upset is just the beginning, as politicians realize the climate issue is one that can help them win.
There have been more than a dozen earthquakes in and around the small Texan city of Azle in the last month, and a scientist says fracking practices could be the cause.