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The company wants to bring 1,000 new trucks to the neighborhood, which is already home to high asthma rates and heavy industry.
Poor communities and communities of color bike the most, but have some of the worst infrastructure around.
The search giant is considering a new system that would rank sites by trustworthiness. One prominent denier is already crying “censorship.”
Uber is partnering with U.N. Women to make more jobs for women drivers. Here's why we're skeptical.
In a new book, Denis and Gail Boyer Hayes look at the complex and omnipresent place of cows in our culture.
Gov. Rick Scott denies that his administration banned talk of climate change, but former employees continue to say otherwise.
2014 was a banner year for solar in the U.S., with 30 percent more photovoltaic installations than in 2013.
Despite what you may have heard, rich people and the middle class are still holed up in the suburbs -- and that's bad for cities and the climate, too.
He opposed federal pro-ethanol rules for years. When addressing Iowa corn farmers, he's in favor of them.
Ninety percent of eighth-graders know that human activity causes climate change. Less than 10 percent of Republican senators do.
Says Cook: "Apple Watch is the most personal device we have ever created. It's not just with you, it's on you." Gross.
Activist, author, and podcaster Debra Prinzing wants to make the slow flower movement a thing.
The financial and environmental costs of burial and cremation are high, but there could be a better way.
The U.S. Embassy in Beijing tweeted data from an air-quality monitor, which triggered profound change in China’s environmental policy.
Republicans contort themselves in order to champion big-government ethanol support.
And if they can’t name the problem, you can bet they can’t do anything about it either -- a big problem in a low-lying coastal state.
We consume too much food, we produce too little food, and our farming screws up the environment. What can individuals do to improve this picture?
Q. I’m an ardent K-Cup hater and saw that you just covered their wastefulness. But if lazy people are still going to be lazy, is a K-Cup any more wasteful than getting coffee to go …
Real sharing can help solve big problems like climate change. But we have to start small.
The president disparaged the Keystone XL pipeline plan and the filthy oil it would carry during a town hall event on Friday.