Keystone XL supporters have successfully painted the anti-pipeline crowd as “job killers.” Here’s how we can fight back.
A group of Yale students, poking around in the jungles of Ecuador, has unearthed a type of fungus that digests otherwise-unkillable plastics.
The former empire is hoping to bring back its glory days by reviving a Soviet-era shipping route along its Arctic coast.
This video, in which a 5-year-old rattles off corporate logos while sounding exactly like Marcel the Shell, is simultaneously adorable and sobering.
Most people know that it’s possible to save tons of gas and money by driving more efficiently, and most people completely ignore this and just tear-ass around at whatever speed won’t get them maximally arrested. But EcoSpeed, an app forthcoming …
The “rising tide” of global economic growth is lifting mostly yachts. But some nations show that inequality and environmental ruin don’t have to be inevitable outcomes of economic growth.
In 2010, investors and governments poured $187 billion into renewables and just $157 billion into natural gas, oil and coal.
Here are a bunch of (simulated) apps that, judging by Apple’s recent treatment of similarly socially conscious fare, will never, ever make it onto an actual iPhone.
MIT’s 1,609-pound, all-electric wheeled pod thingy is actually going to be produced and sold, so we thought it could use a marketing campaign. Also, the whole web is kind of having a holiday right now, and we wanted to throw …