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Food

Disruptive mayo is now a thing, and it’s spreading

A corporate giant sues a feisty startup over the right to call an egg-free product "mayo."

climate change the subject

At this hyper-green eatery, climate change will be the main course

Three Bay Area entrepreneurs have set out to create a restaurant where learning about the climate is positively delicious.

biomockery

Ditch Chad — this green building is your new wingman

Well, this is an odd promo video for a super-green building.

Throwing bad money after bad

Rich countries are still wasting billions on subsidies for fossil fuels

The G20 nations pledged to phase out fossil fuel subsidies. Instead they're now spending $88 billion a year just on exploration, not to mention all the other subsidies.

Cities

Pollution could land your kid at the back of the class — and in prison

Recent studies show that air pollution decreases test scores and contributes to ADHD, both of which can cause big trouble later in life.

Politics

How the GOP-run Senate could ruin global climate action here and abroad

Undermining the EPA also means undermining climate treaty negotiations in Paris next year.

Politics

David Roberts explains postmodern conservatism in 36 tweets

A case headed to the Supreme Court is a crucial turning point in the American conservative movement's ability to assert that black is white and up is down.

Climate & Energy

Will China help Obama save the planet?

The U.S.-China talks could be a crucial step in the fight against global warming.

sip in the right direction

California’s new coffee farm isn’t your average joe

Jay Ruskey is the first farmer in the continental U.S. to grow coffee commercially. Here's what that means for the future of coffee.

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