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Say hello to the man who could dig us out of this whole “climate change” mess.

António Guterres, the former prime minister of Portugal, will succeed Ban Ki-moon as U.N. Secretary General.

The rest of the world is practically daring Trump to stop climate action now.

By promising to cancel the Paris climate deal, Trump might have unintentionally sped it along.

It’s official: Hurricane Matthew is a monster.

It's already one of the strongest Atlantic storms ever recorded.

Forty years ago, Exxon almost revolutionized the electric car.

When the oil crises of the 1970s hit, the oil giant did pioneering work on hybrid vehicles. Then it shut the program down.

Here’s how to keep your sweaters lasting longer

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk pulls the wool from our eyes and tells us how to find high-quality knitwear and keep it looking good.

Nanotechnology just netted its first Nobel.

From transparent solar panels to tiny supercomputers, nanomaterials are just starting to move from sci-fi to real life.

October hurricanes aren’t supposed to be this scary.

After devastating Haiti, Hurricane Matthew -- one of the most powerful late-season storms on record -- is aiming for the U.S. coast.

We’re spending way more on weapons than on dealing with climate change.

The U.S. is investing 30 times more in the military than in climate-related projects. China is doing much better.

Life on this Colorado farm is about more than plants.

Tomten Farm produces more than just food: It produces relationships.

The president, a climate scientist, and a ’90s heartthrob walk onto the White House South Lawn.

President Obama, climatologist Katharine Hayhoe, and Leonardo DiCaprio got together to talk about climate change at SXSL.

Meet the woman who’s making Google more sustainable

Kate Brandt, Google's lead for sustainability, tells us what she's excited about right now.

Barcelona is kicking cars off many of its streets.

The city is banning cars from many neighborhoods, creating "superblocks."

If you use Blue Apron, you’ll want to read this.

A BuzzFeed investigation reveals long hours, low pay, and health violations for the company's warehouse workers.

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