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Foraged plants are always more fun to cook. Here's how to make granola with wild foxtail millet.
Spotted in NYC: a message of hope on the U.N. headquarters building, ahead of Sunday's People's Climate March and Tuesday's U.N. Climate Summit.
Antonique Smith has covered Marvin Gaye's classic "Mercy Mercy Me," and it's more apt than ever in our climate-changed times.
Time to start rocking the climate-change boat. Before time runs out.
Singing, burning sage, chowing down, and getting robbed on a cross-country train full of protesters en route to New York's big rally.
Oregon and Washington stealthily finance fossil fuel projects despite their governors' climate-caring rhetoric.
The world's population could reach 12.3 billion in the next century. The thing that'll slow it? Improving women's healthcare.
It's been five years since the Copenhagen climate conference, and things have just gotten worse.
Kari Fulton, who is helping organize bus rides to the People's Climate March this weekend, says this is just the beginning.
Not unlike Lindsay Lohan and Miley Cyrus, these sea stars get distinctly less Disney-approved when the franchise ends.
The increase in ice may actually be a sign the warming continent is in trouble.
News accounts of eco-disasters give us a false sense that everything is going to be OK. Because we really, really want everything to be OK.
The enemy of the human race takes a few hits.
How Williston's North Star Caviar is building a better food system.
Klein's new book, "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate," argues that it's now too late for incremental steps to fight climate change. We have go big.
If you're going to Climate Week NYC, check out this list of interesting events.
Thirsty Californians now need to think twice before they tap that aquifer.
Farmers of all sizes should and do care about climate. Why shouldn't they all -- conventional and organic, big and small -- come out for Sunday's big protest?
Pet cemeteries are the new Hummers, enormous animal corpse processors are the new Teslas!