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Overrated: possessions and a bathroom sink. Just as advertised: Grist and legal weed.
Climate supervillain Australia just pulled a Magneto.
Bill Nye and other scientists are calling on the media to stop conflating the terms.
Environmental groups have long known that they're hurting in the diversity department. A new partnership has set out to fix that.
A reader wonders if it's OK to to recycle containers made of goodness-knows-what. Umbra says, "Goodness! No! What?"
Sorry about that, sea life.
And as ocean temperatures climb, we could see even larger releases of deep-sea methane from the region, a bummer of a new study finds.
Without public transit, New York would have to build nearly 50 multi-lane bridges to accommodate its commuters. Yikes.
Two new studies tell us more about leaks of this potent greenhouse gas.
A Michigan bill aims to classify fuel made by burning tires and hazardous industrial waste as renewable energy, but environmentalists say that's setting a dangerous precedent.
Uber, I loved you, but your disregard for women's safety is bringing me down.
Drones are out, cyclists are in for the company's latest strategy to undercut brick-and-mortar.
Emily Thibodeau, of Boston-based Hub Powderworks, coats entire bike frames in a special type of newfangled, super reflective paint.
Performance index released at Lima climate talks puts Denmark in the best-performing slot, followed by Sweden and Britain.
Trying to appeal to rural white voters is the wrong way for a Democrat to win the White House. And it would be bad for the climate too.
When you look at all the roads in your state, you can learn a lot about how we rewrite the land we live on.
Could the long national nightmare of gross school lunches be drawing to a close? Not yet, but this is a good start.
Under pressure to get a publishing giant into the iconic tower, the site's developers may have sacrificed a core part of its green plans.
In the 1950s, developers pitched Cedar Island, Va., as the next great East Coast beach resort. That dream is now completely gone.