Higher temperatures and drought are hurting the quality of corn cobs and causing trouble for the country's last corn cob pipe producer.
More greenery is linked to lower crime rates, a new study finds.
Last week saw more than 50 protests against the Keystone XL and Enbridge Northern Gateway pipelines -- and vows of many more to come.
The 16,000 dead pigs floating down the Huangpu River might actually mean that China is making progress on food safety.
Many TV meteorologists are skeptics, but the heads of the Weather Company and the National Weather Service grok this whole global warming thing.
The California city set a 2022 deadline for all kinds of lofty green innovations. But how about building some more bike lanes?
The largest concentrated solar power plant in the world will cut 175,000 tons of CO2 emissions -- and let the United Arab Emirates send more crude our way.
"The era of coal is over," says L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. The city's utility will make up the difference with renewables, efficiency, and natural gas.
Never mind the drought: When the farmland price bubble pops, America's farmers could be under water.
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