At least one member of Congress wants to get plastic microbeads out of our grooming products -- and out of our waterways.
Without pollinators, your greek yogurt, butter, cream cheese, organic milk, and -- gasp -- ice cream, are all in peril.
Former EPA chiefs who served under four Republican presidents are backing the Obama administration's efforts to regulate CO2 from power plants.
Even with the fracking boom, the U.S. is still tied to global oil markets.
Bicyclists, rejoice! This new tool could arguably become the closest thing we have to a national bike registry.
Railroads, are you listening? Public release of details about crude-by-rail shipments does not pose a serious security risk.
"It is now clear that we will ultimately prevail” in the fight against climate change, Gore writes in the latest issue of Rolling Stone. But the struggle is far from over.
Some farmers and activists want Hawaii to replace big GMO fields with local farms and food networks that could make the state more self-sufficient.
A reader wonders how to keep his floors clean in the greenest manner possible. Umbra gets swept up in the possibilities.
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