Congress bakes up a ginormous gift to corporate ag, which may well collapse and die. But don’t start celebrating yet.
One Colorado farmer has planted the nation's first big industrial hemp crop in 60 years. Yes, it's still illegal.
Utilities are fighting with solar advocates over an obscure but important policy called "net metering." Here's what's at stake, and why it matters.
Scan a product with Buycott, and it analyzes the insane web of corporate ownership in order to tell you exactly what terrible policies you'd be supporting if you bought that cereal.
Wind turbines killed an estimated 83,000 birds of prey last year, yet the administration has never prosecuted a wind farm for killing a protected bird.
New research suggests that people in counties with coal-fired power plants are more likely to kill themselves.
Lawmakers are pushing a bill that would prevent Tesla from selling its own cars in the state, forcing it to go through commission-charging car dealerships instead.
A reader wonders what investment would net the best returns for Mother Earth. Umbra suggests a well-rounded portfolio.
A deadly outbreak of E. coli in 2006 spurred an overhaul of food-safety practices, but that's been bad news for natural habitats, a study finds.