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Living

No, the fight over Planned Parenthood is not over

If you'd like to go ahead and cryogenically freeze yourself to get away from this absurd saga, don't bother.

Living

Couple turns lawn into ecosystem; officials threaten to mow it down

A couple in Ohio decided to let their yard grow wild, but their township wasn't having it.

There’s only one way to fix the oceans now

And it ain't geoengineering.

Food

How will technology change farming?

Billions in startup investment are driving a new wave of "Ag 3.0" innovations that could make farms more productive, efficient, and responsible.

Climate & Energy

Ted Cruz thinks scientists invented climate change

The Texas senator has some strong beliefs on climate change. They're all wrong.

Food

This video explains America’s love affair with meat

Americans eat nearly twice as much as the average Norwegian and roughly nine times as much as the average Ghanaian.

Food

With lab-grown meat, can we have our animals and eat them too?

Not many scientists are trying to grow meat in the lab, but those who are think it could change the world.

Climate & Energy

Obama’s big climate plan is now final — and it’s even stronger than expected

The EPA will require utilities to make deeper cuts in emissions from power plants, and will incentivize use of renewable energy.

Living

One of the brothers in the hit documentary “The Wolfpack” gives a damn about the environment

Naryana Angulo spent practically his entire childhood locked in an apartment. Now he's an environmental activist.