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A proposal to restore critical tax credits for the wind industry breezed through a key Senate committee on Thursday with notable bipartisan support.
There was plenty of odd news this week, even not counting April Fools' Day.
SmileSolar gives you the choice of 15 patterns and colors -- as well as no excuse for being late EVER AGAIN.
A hyper-insulated house made through lightning-fast production and with repurposed materials? What's the catch?
The White House has said it will require environmental impact studies to consider climate change, but new guidelines have been stalled for years.
New power plants fueled with trees and wood waste are being built across the U.S. They're marketed as green, but they're actually more polluting than coal plants.
His plan would increase pollution, accelerate global warming, despoil public lands, and stymie Americans’ efforts to get out of their cars.
Here's why the agricultural industry's response to water shortages may be a recipe for disaster.
A flock of 50,000 tricolored blackbirds is under imminent threat, but you can help them for a dollar a bird.
With the NutriLight, “essentially, synthetic photosynthesis is occurring in your crisper drawer,” as Modern Farmer puts it.
Emissions from fracking pose serious health risks, but environmental regulators in Pennsylvania are completely failing to address them.
Up to 20 people could slurp clean air at a time. One woman even said it made her baby kick.
How crop insurance is subsidizing the conversion of prairie grassland to cornfields -- and seeding a dismal future.
Amazon and Twitter each got three F’s and one D in a new Greenpeace report on energy efficiency. See ya in summer school, suckas!
Idiotic, right? That's why enviros are calling on the state to change its rules.
The Iditarod Invitational -- a 1,000-mile bike and foot race in Alaska -- is all about snow. Climate change means contestants may be seeing less and less of it.
Bill Ryan is a World War II vet, climate activist, and total badass.
A group of government agencies have released a strategic research plan for ocean acidification. Stop yawning, this is important!
A reader wonders if motor oil and cleaners could contaminate her recycling. Umbra can hardly container self.
The lighted sheet looks like a magical page from an unpublished Harry Potter book. (Or a glow-in-the-dark Barbie hammock.)