Predictions that the Rio summit would fail became a self-fulfilling prophesy, says one young activist. But that failure can also be a catalyst for change.
Since natural disasters will only increase as the planet warms, engineers are focusing on how to use robots and other mechanical gadgets to aid in disaster response.
Official "food sovereignty" ordinances in eight Maine towns haven't stopped local officials from suing an area farmer for selling raw milk.
The question of whether climate change "causes" certain events drives David Roberts a little nuts, but he tries to tackle it once and for all.
One sneaky provision on this year's agriculture appropriations docket would practically give biotech companies immunity from USDA regulation. Needless to say, activists are up in arms.
Last year, a tidal wave washed an entire Japanese city into the sea. The debris, washing this way, holds clues about the nature of our trash-filled oceans.
Ignore the industry's wheezing protestations: The days of affordable coal-fired power are over, and a new Sierra Club report shows how, social and environmental damages aside, new coal plants are just lousy investments.
Rex Tillerson says his company's all about science, activists are "manufacturers of fear," people are ignorant, climate change is real, but don't worry because we'll adapt. What?
In Japan, Cadillacs, Chevrolets, and Hummers are hot hot hot. Especially the ones with only two wheels.