Members of Generation X are responding to climate change with a big, collective shrug of indifference, according to a new survey.
A big article in The New York Times examines single motherhood and poverty, but fails to mention birth control. That's quite the omission.
A reader wants to see the world without destroying it. Umbra shares some green trip tips.
Most small farmers can't compete with the efficiency of industrial grain production, but a growing number are now offering heritage and landrace varieties in their local areas.
In a new documentary, "Trashed," Jeremy Irons explores the toxic effects an endless worldwide buildup of waste has on our health and environment.
Boston physician Jill Stein has accepted the party’s nomination for the highest office in the land. Now, can she get anyone to pay attention?
The barriers to cheap solar in the U.S. can be solved by policy, not technological, innovation. It's not too ambitious to assume the price of solar will keep falling.
Pedestrian boulevards and museums will replace a no-man’s land of urban renewal projects gone wrong. A new park will reconnect the city to its waterfront.
We have no problem saying "smoking causes cancer." It's time to start being just as frank when talking about carbon pollution's negative effects.