With a $5 billion battery factory on the line, Republican lawmakers in four states vie to prove they're the fairest of them all.
Katharine Hayhoe says scientists need to do their thing, but to make real progress on the climate, we need to appeal to people's values.
For half the world's oceans, there are no fishing rules. Banning fishing there would boost fisheries closer to shores and make the whole enterprise more sustainable.
As a bonus, if you don’t eat the outside, you’re left with what looks like a used condom.
Frackers are making the earth shake, prompting even frack-friendly states to put their heads together to try to figure out how to reduce the risks.
Knowing the intricacies of a cow’s cycle isn’t just to avoid getting your leg humped -- it can boost milk production.
More women ride public transit (thanks, wage gap!), but we get harassed more. Which makes cars look REALLY attractive. Sorry, climate!
It took alert hikers to notice that four miles of a Utah national monument have turned black from an oil-field leak. What else are we failing to catch?
If the Park Service wants more people of color to visit the great outdoors, it needs to make its staff look more like America.