Wondering why the damned power is out again? Blame climate change and America's aging grid.
The week's green news has us skeptical, judgmental, and just plain confused.
A new study indicates that woodland salamanders help keep carbon out of the atmosphere.
Some states are moving to require foods containing GMO ingredients to be clearly marked as such. A bill in the House would shut that movement down.
Writer Daniel Berleant envisions the wacky future of food, including egg-sized sunflower seeds and watermelons that taste like nectarines.
Mo' drought, moo problems. Hamburger and sirloins are more expensive than ever, and a shortage of cattle means a surplus of tumbleweeds.
Vincent Meertens and his girlfriend Larissa tracked all their bike trips for a year.
The state is taking radical steps to preserve its dwindling supplies of water. Wildlife will pay the price, and so will people who fish.
An error-riddled hit-job op-ed in The New York Times blasts Showtime’s new series on climate change, "Years of Living Dangerously." Here's why the op-ed is wrong.