We take it back. Don't save the oceans. There's some really freaky stuff in there.
It’s ideal for remote areas that aren’t fit for solar or traditional wind turbines, like parts of Alaska with thinning permafrost.
Shielding poor countries from climate impacts could cost $100 billion a year, but that fact was erased from the IPCC's summary report.
This beer funds a Saskatchewan trail's expansion, and it tastes like NATURE!
Now you can buy your chukka boots and slip-on flats with less guilt. You can even send 'em back for recycling when they're worn out.
It's going to get hotter in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico -- and wetter in some spots but drier in others. These graphics tell the story.
Global warming will particularly screw over poor countries, says the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. But adaptation is starting to catch on.
The Boske wooden bike, made from sustainably grown maple and recycled pop cans, is almost as green as riding a bike made out of air.
Rather than armchair postulating about what MIGHT work better, one transit firm did some real-time analysis and videotaped the results.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.