Recent polls show the public is becoming more obstinate and unyielding about its views on climate change. We all hear it, whether it is from the friend at the gym, parroting the latest talk show mockery or the evening news, with a new science warning on climate. Show More Summary
A reader wonders if all that wash water turns a green option brown. Umbra says that's a loaded question.
Even when you know the truth, that this is a Russian/NASA joint experiment on the ISS, it still looks like the hit movie Gravity is playing out in real life with a dead Russian cosmonaut Watch in Horror as “Gravity” Plays Out in Real Life w/ SuitSat 1 was originally posted on: PlanetSave. Show More Summary
North wing of the Capitol, containing the Senate Chamber (public domain photo). Most of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate and two independents will spend Monday night and early Tuesday speaking on the Senate floor in an all-night talkathon. Show More Summary
Reports out of the Arctic over the past year have been anything but encouraging for planet-watchers, and this new video tracking 25 years of ice melt isn't any better New Video Shows 25 Years of Arctic Ice Melt in Seconds was originally posted on: PlanetSave. Show More Summary
A firefighter pauses at the $2013 Rim Fire in Yosemite National Park, August-September 2013 (Calfire photo on facebook). President Obama released the federal budget for 2015 last week. Overall, it involves the lowest deficit ($514 billion) of his five-year tenure in office and restores some funding cut in last year’s sequester. Show More Summary
CLICK HERE to return to Pickle Panda Finds Love in the Time of Robot Bees‘ table of contents. Part 1, Chapter 7 “Our reports indicate that she is not in her office,” said a tiny man in a utility jumper. “She is there,” said one of the woman seated at the table. Show More Summary
Do the Green Thing is celebrating Earth Hour by releasing a new poster every day until March 29. Here are some of our favorites.
The incredibly rare sight of an asteroid’s disintegration was recently captured in a series of images by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. The images show (in great clarity) the never-before-seen process of a fully intact asteroid coming apart — into ten pieces in this instance. Show More Summary
Thanks to electronic communication—a force we usually consider an ally—humans have come to live under a 24/7 barrage of misinformation. For those of us on the progressive side of things, conservative talk shows, sermons, and facebook posts can arouse instant indignation, even ire—but we don’t always get around to refuting the fallacies. Show More Summary
The outlook in this new government report is as scary/glum/depressing as it sounds, so line up some cute animal vids to watch after this.
“Oysters, Pearls of Long Island Sound”, on display now at The Bruce Museum of Arts and Science's, is both informative and visually engaging. Running until March 23rd, the exhibition introduces the ecology and evolutionary history of these mollusks, but that’s not all. Show More Summary
The Canadian government has given pipeline giant Enbridge the green light to pump tar sands oil through an aging line north of Lake Ontario. What could possibly go wrong?
A new Pew report shows that only 32 percent of millennials identify themselves as environmentalists. This millennial says screw a label.
By an overwhelming majority, the GOP-controlled House OK'd legislation to boost energy efficiency. Here's why.
Laying a pipeline across agricultural land (photo: eponline.com). Friday afternoon, and officials at the State Department are probably breathing a huge sigh of relief. The official public comment period on the northern extension of the $5.4 billion Keystone XL pipeline expired today. Show More Summary
Brew some more coffee, because these will make you wanna stay up all night gazing at the skyline.
Our friends over at Crafting a Green World are hosting Spring Cleaning Week this week… and, like many other sites in the Important Media network, we wanted to join in. Sure, we’ve published numerous posts in the past about greening up...Show More Summary
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Warning: If you like tiny houses, set aside the next half hour, because this is like crack.