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Bring out the big guns

Military experts are worried about climate change, and you should be too

America is coming under attack, say 16 retired generals and admirals, and the attacker is global warming.

Cities

60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, segregation is poisoning young minds

Recent studies show that Latino kids are far more likely to attend schools near areas of heavy pesticide use. These chemicals can be detrimental to their health and ability to learn.

Food

Does your supermarket flunk the green seafood test?

Greenpeace's useful annual report card tells you how each supermarket chain does, or doesn't, look out for the ocean and its wildlife.

Business & Technology

Oh, Snapchat: Your smartphone just became a climate scientist

Citizen science connects researchers, enviros, and tech whizzes to figure out new ways to protect our planet.

Living

How women will save the Earth

A new dad ponders the fragility of life, and the power of strong women.

Udall systems go

Enviros pump money and energy into Colorado Senate race

Democrat Mark Udall is a climate hawk. Republican Cory Gardner is a climate change denier. And their race could determine whether Dems hold onto the Senate.

Business & Technology

The Oatmeal’s illustrated love letter to Tesla

The artist has created a huge illustration to extol his Telsa Model S -- or Intergalactic SpaceBoat of Light and Wonder, as he calls it.

Living

Rap video exposes seedy underbelly of stolen bike black market

Froggy Fresh, the young rapper formerly known as Krispy Kreme, drops some dark truth about the rarity of recovering a stolen bike.

who likes money?

End fossil fuel burning, save $71 trillion — and preserve civilization as we know it

Two new reports outline the economic boons that would follow if we would just dump our climate-wrecking dirty-energy addiction.

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