For more than a year now, the Pacific Ocean has been without La Niña or El Niño. In its place is La Nada, which could be a lot more extreme than it sounds.
To shrink your airborne carbon footprint, stick with smaller carriers that serve regional geographic areas. (And probably don't fly Allegiant Air.)
Californian legislation that was going to restrict fracking has been lobbied and amended so it gives drillers free passes on environmental laws.
The Food & Drug Administration tested 1,300 samples of rice and found arsenic in them all, but only in very small amounts.
BP vented 500,000 pounds of chemicals from a refinery in 2010. Now it's being sued by neighbors who had to breathe that carcinogenic cocktail.
Instead of trying to pump out all floodwater, officials want to corral it into areas that serve as parks during drier times. Rain gardens, bioswales, and canals will help too.
The childhood obesity rate in the U.S. appears to have plateaued, but the prevalence of "extreme obesity" continues to rise.
Fukushima shmookushima. That's what Japanese officials said as they convinced IOC officials to let them host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Not only were both of Shell's exploratory drilling rigs in the Arctic damaged in accidents last year; they both violated the Clean Air Act.