In the conclusion to our series, Shell Canada makes a surprising move in Northern B.C., and residents look to what's next.
In part 2 of our series on Canada's Sacred Headwaters, tensions grow as a small First Nations tribe draws support from near and far for a showdown with Big Oil -- and itself.
In remote B.C., tribal elders, fishermen, hunters, and ordinary folks won a six-year fight to kick Big Oil out of their salmon-bearing backyard. Our three-part series explores what we can learn from their climate win.
To be blunt: Indoor marijuana cultivation accounts for 1 percent of all U.S. electricity usage. But legalization would help weed go solar.
The Indiana Jones and Star Wars star gets threatened with deportation after confronting Indonesian officials over illegal logging and climate impacts. Total badass.
Sea otters returning to California estuaries are countering our nitrogen runoff, restoring sea grass ecosystems, and boosting marine cuteness by 400 percent. Squee!
Help us track the summer's extreme heat and weather incidents with this magical map we made in like a day.
Norway's Share the Road campaign kicks off with a bizarre video. Make sure and wait for the M. Night Shyamalan-worthy twist ending.
As predicted, human activities finally push carbon dioxide levels to a 3-million-year high. Climate scientists throw up their hands in exasperation.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.