In Brooklyn's poorest neighborhood, one architect combines urban farming, smart design, and a little grit to draw the community into the process of creating a more sustainable city.
Just as Republicans chose to ignore projections that Romney would lose, many Americans are choosing to ignore dire climate projections.
This week we're highlighting Thanksgiving recipes that rely on canned and highly processed ingredients and making them with whole foods instead.
A well-designed carbon tax would be a wonderful thing. But all carbon taxes are not created equal. Climate hawks should be aware of the pitfalls and perils on the road to a tax.
The veteran food blogger and photographer talks to us about her new book, her belief that meat should be a side dish, and her tips for a stress-free Thanksgiving.
A reader frets that her future mother-in-law wants to cook the poultry in plastic. Umbra advises her to keep the peas.
Why the fossil-fuel industry is public enemy No. 1, and what we can do about it: Catch a live webcast of Bill McKibben's 350.org roadshow, 1 p.m. Eastern time Sunday.
The Nature Conservancy opened the world's first artificial cave for hibernating bats. Cool, right? Also, a little worrisome.
Hurricane Sandy gave us a big, fat, election-season wake-up call on the climate. The president says he got the message. Now it’s time for action.