The pipeline could be pumping oil by the end of this year, TransCanada says. And when it's complete, temporary construction jobs will disappear.
On Saturday, hackers the world over will team up to create sweet apps to improve cities and the environment.
A new study shows the frozen ground covering an eighth of the globe is melting faster and sooner than we thought.
Some crops may be doing better, the financial cost of last year's drought is only just now hitting our wallets.
"Blockadia Rising" relates the intense story of activists fighting the ongoing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in East Texas.
The tricks of the processed-food trade are horrifying, but they might also hold the key to marketing healthier stuff, a New York Times Magazine article suggests.
Low-income shoppers are actually the real farmers-market power users, according to a new report.
INTERPOL will for the first time ever discuss policing illegal and destructive fisheries.
A bunch of snow for drought-stricken Kansas could be good news for wheat crops -- but they'll need a lot more of it.
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