A crude terminal proposed for Duluth, Minn., would load oil tankers bound for the East Coat through the Great Lakes. But the plans have faltered.
The federal government just came a step closer to regulating fertilizer runoff in the Mississippi River -- runoff that feeds Gulf of Mexico dead zones.
No forests means no wildfires, see? Despite that impeccable logic, the bill the House just passed to double logging nationwide will never become law.
Did you miss Parking Day 2013? Here's your chance to take in some of Friday's shenanigans.
The benefits of a reduction in air pollution alone justify action on climate change, say the authors of a new report.
The Obama administration’s proposed new limits on power plant pollution -- and the broader fight against climate change -- are about safeguarding vulnerable communities, says the agency’s chief.
Children are more at risk from climate change because of their increased risk of health problems, malnutrition, and migration.
Arthur Morgan's radical idea: Collect the tons of leftover food from farmers markets and distributors and deliver it to those who need it.
A reader wonders if gummy bears are the more ethical candy choice. Umbra chews on the question.
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