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Now we know exactly which places are suffering most from ocean acidification.
Pope Francis warns world leaders to include the vital issues of over-consumption and climate change at the upcoming G20 summit.
Seventy-five percent of all palm oil will be produced responsibly -- if all the big companies live up to the promises they've now made.
We could soon see an armistice in the solar trade war.
Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the new Republican committee chairs are all hostile to climate action.
A new state report outlines some edge-case scenarios, but mostly, California's pest control strategies do a good job of protecting the interests of green farmers.
A reader wonders whether two hearts can meat. Umbra says vegan start by accepting each other for who we are.
An Austrian designer just crafted a new water bottle that could change the way we look at both biking and water scarcity.
The GOP is really not happy about this new agreement. Here's why.
We’ve cherry-picked a few other good news items to keep your serotonin levels elevated.
California's worst-in-history drought is creating a whole new revenue stream for water poachers.
Due to the new U.S. China climate deal, climate hawks exhibit rare displays of optimism on Twitter. See them while they last!
That's more than the entire European mining and quarrying industry -- not bad for a hippie hobby, right?
Our electric grid's overseer warns that the EPA’s Clean Power Plan threatens the reliability of our power systems, but climate change itself is a bigger danger to dependability.
Boulder, in the weed kingdom of Colorado, plans to start charging pot producers extra to offset their carbon costs.
The neighborhood is a far cry from Yellowstone or Yosemite, but it is significant for other reasons.
Bad car loans are nothing new, but they don't move us in any direction we should be wanting to go.
Scientists and ordinary citizens use satellite and aerial photography to look for clues connecting Pennsylvania fracking sites and mysterious maladies.
President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping have announced that they are pursuing ambitious new greenhouse gas emission reductions.
A corporate giant sues a feisty startup over the right to call an egg-free product "mayo."