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Right in time for 4/20, we present High and Mighty, a series about the booming buds industry.
Máxima Acuña, winner of the 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize, put her life on the line to block plans for a gold mine on her property.
Keurig is still ruining the planet one K-Cup at a time.
Destiny Watford is one of this year's Goldman Prize winners.
Oliver takes a break from skewering the presidential race to focus on Congress.
The West is hot, bothered, and adapting.
The question isn't whether they know how to use public transit -- it's whether they'd invest in it as president.
A reader in Ontario wonders if plastic soil beads are safe for her plants, and advice maven Umbra Fisk digs in.
What are Cruz, Kasich, Trump, Clinton, and Sanders' plans to deal with a warming climate? Watch our video above to find out.
Lettuce has long been too fragile for hydroponics, but that’s changing.
No surprise that floods are getting worse.
Hey, debate mods, who says climate and energy issues are dull?
Activists who’ve been working on these issues for years say Clinton should support and build on the work they’re already doing.
The EPA’s staff had to provide Congress with over 276,000 pages of documents... in last year alone.
The government agency's Facebook page set the record straight.
The best male feminist allies are simply friends who wanted to talk and listen about life.
Sanders praised the pontiff's commitment to social justice.
At the Democratic debate on Thursday night, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sparred over substantive climate and energy issues.
It’s a big issue only for Democrats.
They released a whole lot of toxic chemicals, too.