For every pound of sashimi or sea bass that you stuff into your mouth, you're basically spitting four ounces of marine life onto the floor.
A year after an oversupply of solar panels triggered corporate collapses, skyrocketing demand is helping the sector recover.
The wheels of railway safety reform may be in motion in Minnesota, but they've ground to a halt in Washington state.
The Obama administration is launching a new climate hub to help Americans understand how weather is changing around them. Google, Microsoft, and Intel will help.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science is launching a new campaign to cut through the noise of climate denialism.
Scientists were able to revive moss that had been frozen beneath Antarctic ice for 1,500 years, suggesting that as the poles heat up, moss might come creeping back.
On the other hand, nearly half of Democrats believe the seriousness of climate change is actually underestimated by news outlets.
An oil train derailed and exploded in a swamp in November, and the area remains a big, smelly mess.
Offshore wind energy just won a big court battle, and wind opponent Bill Koch took one in the crotch.
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