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Watch out for the snowballs, Your Holiness.
Cities around the globe are shutting down streets to vehicles and letting pedestrians and bikers take over.
It's time to make your beauty routine a little lighter on the Earth, your body, and your bank account.
A new study finds that people pay the most attention to climate stories when they feature individuals who are making a difference.
The oil giant's spinmeisters are trying to discredit a series of articles about the company's climate research and its refusal to take serious climate action.
The automaker has made it that much harder for any company to convince people that it supports sustainability.
It involved 60 orbiting power stations and something called a Star-Raker.
Hint: It was small and green.
Pope Francis' recent encyclical makes the case that meaning in life derives from how we treat each other and how we care for nature.
Umbra sheds a little light on solar chargers.
Abandoning relaxers and harmful chemicals in favor of healthier, organic haircare lead to an existential crisis of trial-and-error.
After all the sound and fury of the oyster war, perhaps we can learn a better form of community decision making.
Pope Francis will be addressing Congress next week and Republicans are feeling anxious about it.
There are not a lot of good things happening in the world of reproductive rights, but goddammit, we should still talk about it.
The pollutants extracted from the air are then turned into jewelry. Neat!
A new study shows that ammonia emissions contribute to 3.3 million annual air pollution deaths.
AMC's new "Fear the Walking Dead" saves the grossest violence for its black characters -- and makes a mockery of Los Angeles diversity.
Volkswagen put a sneaky device in its cars that let them pollute more -- except during emissions tests. And now the EPA is pissed.
The former "Late Show" host returns to TV as a special correspondent on "Years of Living Dangerously."
The country is getting an early start on despoiling its environment ahead of the 2018 Winter Games.