Collecting sh*t from Tasmanian devils helps researchers map where predators have been. Plus it just plain smells great.
A reader inquires about bovine flatulence. Umbra lets it rip.
It's a lot easier to build natural-gas pipelines than to build transmission lines for wind and solar power, and that needs to change.
If U.S. oil companies can sell their crude on the world market, they'll have more incentive to drill drill drill.
Cars idling in traffic generate extra CO2 emissions as well as local pollution that can contribute to respiratory ailments and deaths.
Least surprising part? Americans still love their cars.
Improv Everywhere's annual No-Pants Subway Ride takes the pants out of public transit, leaving you with only "ublic rit."
Oil giants claim there are no limits on the future of oil and gas extraction, but they may be in for a surprise or two down the road.
The fossil-fuel industry is kicking up a fuss about the Obama administration's "social cost of carbon" calculations. Now the public is invited to comment too.