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A new study hopes to measure the climate impact of ride-sharing services.
Local youth and activists sue Los Angeles, saying the city protects white areas from oil well sites but piles them on in neighborhoods of color.
This is not a drill: Kids actually won a battle ... for the environment.
City leaders just flipped the bird to the oil, gas, and coal industries.
And they have a 5,000 square-foot warehouse to prove it.
Limiting warming to 2 degrees C would make a huge difference for London, New York City, and Rio.
From butterfly bridges to moth cinemas, Natalie Jeremijenko's work highlights the mutualistic relationships between humans and the natural world.
A small factory town on the edge of downtown Los Angeles is inventing a new way for overpolluted communities to clean themselves up.