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the motion of the ocean

Wave power has finally come to the United States.

In Hawaii, the first successful U.S. wave-energy project is online.

gas gripes

Gas shortages hit the Southeast after a major pipeline leak in Alabama.

A pipeline spill exposes the folly of not investing in mass transit.

It takes poo to tango

A new car from Toyota runs on a very renewable resource: human waste.

The Toyota Mirai is powered by hydrogen fuel, which can be made from poop.

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But Is It Art?

Can climate change be beautiful? In virtual reality, sure.

Tamiko Thiel's "Gardens of the Anthropocene" portrays a world that children might love -- but they'd find it pretty hard to live in.

coast guard

Living shorelines: How nature can help us beat back rising seas

Watch and learn how natural structures can defend our coasts.

Sweden again

Sweden plans to give tax breaks for fixing stuff instead of throwing it away.

There Sweden goes again, making the rest of us look bad.

bog down

The fires of Indonesia aren’t just killing the planet; they’re killing people.

Smoke from the 2015 fires killed over 100,000 people.

In That Case, Gimme A Cig

Without the Clean Air Act, U.S. cities wouldn’t be much to look at.

A new report helps us visualize just how smoggy American cities would be without air pollution regulation.