A new report finds that minority and low-income residents are more likely to live in California's oil train "blast zone."
Cacti and other plants that thrive in arid landscapes could be the future of biofuels, according to new research.
They're already producing strawberries, basil, and lettuce -- all at 20 feet below sea level.
Who could be planting needles in Canadian potatoes? Those goddamn, water-loving environmentalists are suspected!
Inside the story of the hundreds of lawsuits filed against IBM in the late 1990s on behalf of cancer-stricken workers.
There's no better conversation starter than the sick things that women are doing in all the many green spheres that we love.
The Obama administration is putting a few restraints on the company's Arctic drilling plans, but not nearly enough, say green activists.
Rivers are acidifying, too, and baby salmon are struggling.
The Seattle artist chats about what's really so appealing about shipping containers, and why we need more women in art.
A new map shows where you can catch glimpses of San Francisco's original watershed system underneath the urban skin.