Admittedly, the billionaire oil moguls aren't as bad as Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, or Chucky. Well, probably not, anyway.
The app is definitely more utilitarian than entertaining, but we'd rather have organic produce than crushed candy any day.
Too often, city-dwelling organic shoppers and flyover-country farmers resent each other. But they're both really after the same things.
A reader wonders if a new tiny home would be greener than her old house. Umbra squeezes in an answer.
Just before the economic collapse in 2008, the Canadian province passed a tax on carbon emissions. Five years later, it's a case study in smart climate policy.
Conservative lobbyists keep trying to kill Kansas' alternative energy mandate, and keep failing. On the plains, wind has support from both left and right.
That old specter of climate change strikes again, but this time it’s helping the Scots diversify their options for getting hammered.
Let's develop some catchy shorthand for “people who eat plant-based, nutrient-rich diets,” and see if THOSE people are sick.
Repurposed trains go up and down hills, Slinky style, and in the process store surplus energy.