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Climate & Energy

Here’s how the airline industry could cut its emissions in half

It’s cheaper for airlines to cut emissions than you'd expect, according to a new study.

Climate & Energy

China is totally crushing the U.S. on renewable energy

According to new data, China's clean energy investment over the last year outpaced that of the U.S., the U.K., and France combined.

Climate & Energy

Paris is the last best chance for the world to save itself

We’re now out of time: This next round of U.N. climate negotiations has to result in real progress. At least Obama seems to know that.

Climate & Energy

When national governments fail to halt climate change, can city action fill the gap?

Climate action by cities is important, but it's crucial that we avoid double counting municipal achievements.


Wild turkeys are tough old birds. Here’s why you should hunt and cook them

It turns out the suburbs are great habitat, and the United States now has more wild turkeys than we know what to do with.


Here’s the story of the farmworkers behind your sweet potato pie

Those who harvest sweet potatoes carry up to seven tons of the tubers per day.

Climate & Energy

Do you have what it takes to prevent disastrous climate change? Take the quiz!

Answer these questions to see if you can beat the 2-degree-C target.


Clinton got an A for her climate knowledge. How did Trump do? HA!

Scientists graded presidential candidates on their public statements on climate science. Here's how they fared.


Watch this insanely cool simulation of deep Antarctic water

This cold, salty abyss is much more interesting than the one you might be experiencing this holiday season.