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The famed climate scientist thinks leading nations will adopt a climate fee -- and if it happens soon enough, it could save us from the worst.
The Obama administration says sure, go for it. Hey, what could go wrong?
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley talked about the link between climate and violence, and conservatives just didn’t get it.
The genetically modified food labeling debate heads back to Congress.
The Senate is moving toward restoring a key tax credit for the wind energy industry. But the House might not play along.
Oceana wants the federal government to implement a new policy that would require a different name for each species of fish.
Salps, which look and feel pretty gross, are also tiny climate-change fighters.
Can Allen Hershkowitz's green sports movement turn fans into environmentalists?
Eight stats on pro sports' environmental footprint.
Asian Americans are barely visible in national parks. The Sing Peak Pilgrimage wants to change that.
If the world's going to fall apart, you might as well accomplish everything that you want to.
To improve the lives of the animals we grow for food, we must drop preconceived ideas and try to think like them.
Sixty mayors from around the world gathered at the Vatican and got encouragement from Pope Francis for their plans to cut CO2 emissions.
All men may be created equal, but all presidents certainly are not.
The emissions don't have any radioactive carbon, so dating artifacts could become a lot more difficult.
Artist and Syracuse University professor Sam Van Aken has made more than a dozen trees that bear all kinds of fruits and flowers.
When it comes to the earthquake that will destroy the Northwest, it’s not making jokes that's the problem; the problem is doing nothing at all.
People have kept chickens for cockfighting for thousands of years. Eating them is a different story.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich doesn't "want to overreact" to global warming.