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Efforts to grow better tasting fruits and vegetables lead to purple tomatoes and spiceless habaneros.
So far, the results are mixed.
A new study has some surprising answers.
A former Army captain reflects on why many veterans are helping the U.S. transition to a clean-energy economy.
Even ostensibly science-friendly GOP candidates like Rand Paul can't bring themselves to fully embrace climate reality -- and other notes on Tuesday's debate.
Republican candidates still think jobs and saving the planet are mutually exclusive. They're wrong.
A new plan released by the Interior Department opens up half a million acres for renewable energy development in Southern California.
Thanks to Chinese beef demand, Australian exporters are hoping to make a profit by flying live cattle to China on 747s.
The Quinault tribe in Washington state is experiencing rising seas and disappearing salmon.
State attorneys general who are challenging EPA's Clean Power Plan face a costly onslaught of ads funded by Bloomberg.
A new study looks at where the government puts resources and -- surprise! -- it's not equitable.
Hint: You have to convince them that it's worth their while.
The World Bank predicts 100 million more people will fall into extreme poverty by 2030 due to climate change.
Wilderness provides a refuge from the world we have created -- it allows our bodies to experience the world they were shaped for, rather than the world we have shaped.
Lindsey Graham and George Pataki have the strongest records on climate change, but they're not doing well in the polls.
Humane Society's new video shows people what it would be like to live in a chicken cage.
Decades of history show how much the U.S. could achieve through crash investments in green tech -- and how unpredictably they could pay off.
Move over cyberpunks. The cautiously optimistic are ready to try out their vision of the future.
As the oceans warm, what's a coral to do? We talked to a scientist how we can save our reefs -- for real.
Limiting warming to 2 degrees C would make a huge difference for London, New York City, and Rio.