Fracking company Baker Hughes painted 1,000 drill bits pink to support the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Yep: no hypocrisy there.
The new Christopher Nolan film starts on a human-ravaged Earth and ends in a black hole. Where does that leave us?
With renewable energy facing grim prospects in a GOP-controlled Congress, The Daily Show's hot silver fox has one weird trick to make it alright.
John Oliver of "Last Week Tonight" shreds ALEC and the ridiculous politicians who support their shite-for-the-climate policies.
Meet the next generation of robber barons, the Koch brothers.
We are seriously ready to get our spook on, so here are some scary movies you probably didn't realize are actually about the environment.
Yes, even if Ebola piggybacked on ISIS across our porous border.
Shrinking sea ice forces walruses to flop ashore en masse.
If nothing else, when the climate crisis bubbles into the mainstream, it's a great time to remember how much better-looking our side is.