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|Archived Since:||March 4, 2008|
The National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility is being moved from a remote corner of Long Island to Kansas, right in the middle of Tornado Alley. What could go wrong?
The pontiff is tweeting up a storm about his new climate change encyclical.
The letter says in strong words that human activity and production of greenhouse gases are to blame.
Which to buy -- beer that's made close by or suds brewed with green energy but then shipped cross-country? Umbra cuts through the foam.
A labor commission rules that Uber drivers should be treated as employees -- and casts a big question-mark over the entire "Uber-for-this-and-that" market.
"We don’t need a superhero, but maybe we do need more people to get angry and turn that into action."
Republicans, the fossil fuel industry, and the Heartland Institute are working to discredit the pope's encyclical -- even before its release.
It's hard to keep track of the heroes and villains in the fight to save rainforests. A ranking of companies that use palm oil offers some guidance.
The visualization shows how our everyday climate questions differ around the world.
We bring this to you straight from the "no shit" department.
From space, China's massive new solar farm is an impressive sight.
The fast-food company is teaming up with the Bread Lab to reinvent the mass-produced tortilla.
Improving air quality in these rapidly growing countries may be necessary just to keep the mortality rate steady -- let alone decrease it.
Sorry, foodies: The food movement isn't working.
After a decade of worrying about other things, the number of Americans concerned about global warming is beginning to creep up again.
Aquifers around the world are being depleted at an alarming rate, according to NASA.
Urban communities aspiring to Brooklyn's popularity should focus on taking care of their current residents -- rather than trading them in for a hipper crowd.
Friction-free pods carrying you from SF to LA at supersonic speed? Elon Musk's wacky vision moves one step closer to reality.
Watch author and activist Denis Hayes give an elevator pitch for his new book "Cowed" -- in an actual elevator.
Some are shoulder-deep in cow rectums, and we're crushin' on 'em!