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This seaweed tastes like bacon. We repeat: This seaweed tastes like bacon

Finally, bacon can get stop getting a bum rap for crushing vegetarian dreams.

Can you have kids and still be a good person?

The latest episode of "The Adaptors" looks into a question that most people think about but few like to talk about.

How can I binge-watch and save energy at the same time?

A reader wants to know how to do her binge-watching in the most sustainable way. Umbra goes True Detective on this one.

A restaurant isn’t “sustainable” if all its entrees contain meat

From fancy farm-to-table spots to hipster burger joints, too many restaurants focus on meat, and that’s terrible for the climate.

Obama is paving the way for success in Paris

Thanks to the president’s diplomacy with developing countries, a global climate deal is a lot closer than seemed possible a year ago.

Africans are pretty concerned about this climate change mess we made

Forget ISIS and economic stability. Folks from Burkina Faso to Kenya are more worried about global warming.

Watch Neil deGrasse Tyson and Stephen Colbert fight about planets

What's with all the Pluto hullabaloo? Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with Stephen Colbert to clear up some planetary questions.

Who’s going to pay these companies to suck CO2 out of the air?

Carbon capture and sequestration technology is advancing, but startups aren't getting much love from the government.

Awful wine proves Scotland should stick to Scotch

Hopeful winemakers were banking on climate change to warm their vineyards, but it might take a couple decades.

The good news about the earthquake that will destroy the Northwest

Seattle is a century overdue for a disastrous earthquake. But there's a silver lining!

Slate: Anti-GMO activists say the darnedest things

An article details the contradictory claims activist groups have made over the years in their fight against genetically modified crops.

States are polluting less and their economies are doing just fine

Even as power plant pollution has decreased in a big majority of states, economic growth has continued, a new report finds.

Can meat actually be eco-friendly?

It's not as black and white as you think: We might not need a whole world of vegetarians, but we could all do with a little less flesh.

Ted Cruz wants NASA to concentrate on space

The GOP presidential hopeful wants to learn more about faraway worlds. Our planet, not so much.

Stop trying to put climate change in a box

A new report argues that tackling a warming world means taking a holistic approach.

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