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New research suggests that people in counties with coal-fired power plants are more likely to kill themselves.
Guerrilla farmers planted thousands of veggie seedlings over the weekend, only to see them plowed over Monday by the University of California. Within hours, the activists returned.
Smokey isn't the only fictional bear who cares about the environment.
Taco Bell is testing a waffle taco. It's end of days. Or it's the greatest news ever.
How would you like to have a house where every room was a workout station? How would you like it if that house was named after Jane Fonda?
Umbra asks the experts for a little financial advice. The question pays off, with interest.
It's pretty simple, really. Hens lay eggs until they're about three. And then they live for five to seven years after that.
State lawmakers are pushing a bill that would prevent Tesla from selling its own cars in the state, forcing it to go through commission-charging car dealerships instead.
And 63 percent of people who took a totally unscientific Guardian poll said they would be fine with this.
A group of NorCal kids who kept a park open with their efforts have now turned their attention to single-use plastic bags.
Maybe it's time to get serious about far-out planetary technofixes. Or maybe we'd just screw things up even more royally.
A reader wonders what investment would net the best returns for Mother Earth. Umbra suggests a well-rounded portfolio.
A deadly outbreak of E. coli in 2006 spurred an overhaul of food-safety practices, but that's been bad news for natural habitats, a study finds.
A bill in the state House would not only shield animal abusers from activists -- it could also shield natural-gas companies.
If the Senate and the governor approve, Vermont could become the first state in the nation to require labeling of genetically modified foods.
The court ruled unanimously that an Indiana soybean farmer violated Monsanto’s patent by saving its trademark Roundup Ready seeds.
Paul Templer almost got eaten by a hippo. He passes the wisdom from this experience on to you.
Hundreds of millions of people will likely be forced out of their homes by climate change, and 34 percent of animals could lose half their range.
The country's leading financial newspaper jumps to the defense of the "demonized chemical compound" CO2.
Sure, it's possible to get a somewhat healthy sandwich at Subway. But that is not what people are ordering.