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Mexico is the first developing nation to make its climate action pledge ahead of U.N. talks in Paris -- and it's actually pretty ambitious.
This year's Arctic sea ice hit a new low.
City officials say the shift to 100-percent renewable energy is a way to save cash, not the planet.
Did the iPhone cleanse change my life? No. Was it difficult? Not remotely.
Candles? Curly-Q bulbs? LEDs? What's an eco-minded reader to do? Umbra's answer is brilliant.
Utility companies claim solar-powered homes are raising everyone else's electric bills.
Scientist Ken Caldeira explains.
I'm sorry -- we need to talk about this.
The owner of a single-room occupancy building in San Francisco's Chinatown takes aim at good old-fashioned clothesline drying.
Greens hoped that Chief Justice Roberts would continue a recent green streak. Their hopes were just dashed.
Japan has spent nearly $2 billion for coal plants -- and they're calling it all "climate finance."
Turn your lights off for an hour? Pfft. You can do better -- here's how.
When mapping voting districts, lawmakers must take into account not just the color of people's skin, but their common interests as well.
Another day, another terrifying account of how fast polar ice is melting.
Ted Cruz gave up rock 'n' roll after the terrorist attacks. Fellow Republicans are now trying to outdo him.
The active ingredient in Roundup does, but so do french fries, pickled vegetables, and aloe vera. This video from Risk Bites explains how we identify cancer risks.
A new paper argues that it's now possible to bring power to those who lack it in a way that reduces climate pollution.
Ebola and West Nile are just the beginning -- climate change will bring brand new diseases to every species.
Meet divers with a mission, get great gardening tips, and salivate over a recipe for invasive lionfish.
Quit with the linguistic navel-gazing. What actually counts is power. (As explained in a dozen tweets.)