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Watch Stephen Colbert apologize for Whole Foods’ future missteps

Whole Foods has made its fair share of blunders this year, creating a situation ripe for comedy.


Some of the biggest banks are cutting how much they lend to coal companies

Citigroup and ANZ announced they will slice their lending to coal mining operations and dirty coal plants. Do they go far enough?

Climate & Energy

Study confirms the Republican Party is alone in its crazy climate denial

The researcher compared conservative climate change policies from the U.S., the U.K., Norway, Sweden, Spain, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and Germany.

Recycled talking points

Is recycling as awful as the New York Times claims? Not remotely

Here are the five most misleading arguments in John Tierney's slam on recycling.


To save chocolate, big food companies have started collaborating

Food companies take ridiculous measures to protect their secrets, but now they’re beginning to see the benefits of cooperating and sharing information.

Business & Technology

Robots could make recycling cheaper and safer

Some jobs are so dangerous that we might be better handing them off to robots entirely.

Climate & Energy

Who are the rich Californians using millions of gallons of water a year? It’s a secret

California’s public water agencies are allowing residents to use as much water as they want to buy -- even in the middle of a drought.


Fossil fuels may be causing some serious damage on “The Leftovers” — just like in real life!

The HBO series' season two premiere featured some Texan earthquakes ... sound familiar?

This genius wants to make fuel from poop — no butts about it

Engineer to use $100,000 MacArthur award on feces-to-fuel work.