Disappearing puffins, stray whales, invading sailfish: The North Atlantic is in a bad way. Here's why.
The president is about to launch the largest climate change initiative in U.S. history, and it's not because he's a tree-hugging hippie.
In the '80s, Big Tobacco targeted the developing world, where cigarette demand was strong and regulation was weak. Now, energy companies are taking a page from their playbook.
Global warming has opened up the Northwest Passage to shipping, which could mean that invasive species have an easier time hopping from port to port.
At five feet wide, it might not exactly fit on your Brooklyn fire escape. But it's a lot quieter than most turbines/randy apartment neighbors (We're talking to you, unit 309).
Is H&M demonstrating its long-term Commitment to Sustainability or trying to make you forget that clothes-shredding scandal?
Let The Onion, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Al Gore, and even Will Ferrell as George Dubya distract you from our self-inflicted planetary incineration.
Harry Collins, a founder of the field of "science studies," explains why we should listen to scientists on climate change, vaccines, and HIV-AIDS.
GOP politicians are using a new tactic as they fight climate action: playing dumb.
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