Couldn't make the People's Climate March? Meet a few who did -- and learn what they were fighting for.
Forget the commune: Across the country, new kinds of co-living spaces are trying to disrupt economies and transform city life.
Star scientist Sylvia Earle dives deep in a splashy new Netflix doc about oceans.
A new study reports that oil and gas companies frack at much shallower depths than they want you to know -- and much closer to water you might want to drink some day.
U.S. almond demand has grown by more than 220 percent since 2005.
We're throwing so much money at fighting wildfires, there will be little left over for prevention.
Now that Californians can get fined $500-a-day for overwatering their lawns, businesses that paint lawns green are expanding.
Tunnels, mines, and boreholes will permanently scar the Earth -- and could be a marker of the Anthropocene.
Drought-ridden Los Angeles made headlines when an old pipe burst, leaking 20 million gallons of water. But it turns out the whole U.S. is long overdue for a water infrastructure upgrade.
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