Warming global temperatures could thaw out the bodies of smallpox victims in Siberia, a place so cold that the virus might have been sent into stasis instead of killed. Maybe.
In 1994, President Clinton signed Executive Order 12898, a landmark in protecting communities of color from industrial pollution. For those living in the dirty streets, it was long overdue.
350.org's May Boeve explains how the organization nearly got founded at a Montana microbrewery, how it drew a line in the tar sands, and where it’s going next.
No more excuses, America.
The chub's secret? It doesn't interfere with any powerful industries.
Apparently there's a latent and untapped desire on the internet to spend time navigating the world as a goat.
A bill in Maryland would make poultry producers pay five cents a bird to help protect the bay from chicken-waste runoff.
Resistence is futile. Electric scooter rental company Scoot is flourishing.
Infants born near fracking sites in Colorado were found to suffer from elevated rates of congenital heart defects and neural tube defects.
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