Ocean acidification is dissolving even more pteropod shells than we thought.
Behind protest chants and an arrest, an obscure rule change. And behind that, a fight for the purity of a movement.
The city stopped short of banning piles of petcoke, a tar-sands refining waste. Now activists and officials are trying to get rid of the piles with lawsuits.
The EPA’s Top 100 list sheds light on some green energy superstars you might not know about.
Gerald Freeman is 81, and his heart is failing, but he's still working on making his town of 30-some people self-sustaining.
In the film, the trio plans to blow up a dam, but of course Something Goes Wrong (dun dun dun!).
The Republican senator from South Carolina is not what you'd call an environmentalist, but Fred Krupp and EDF's action fund are raising money for him.
Patricia Mulroy talks about climate adaptation, rancher Cliven Bundy, and the day she thought Las Vegas had run out of water.
See a black cloud squirt out of someone’s tailpipe in Madrid? Now you can smirk because that sucka will be paying more to park.