On Tuesday, San Francisco passed game-changing legislation that should cement the city’s role as a national leader in urban food production.
Utilities are taking a page from Angry Birds and "gamifying" power consumption with a host of software and social tools. Conserving energy now brings high scores and badges -- along with money saved for the consumer and a smarter, safer grid for everyone.
Despite its name, the American Farm Bureau Federation is more likely to side with the insurance industry than it is with farmers.
In her newest video, "The Story of Change," Annie Leonard argues that conscious consumerism is a great place to start, but a terrible place to stop.
Two filmmakers are touring the back roads of America this summer, talking to ordinary people about climate change. Their hope: to change the way we talk about, and deal with, the most pressing issue of our time.
Watch Jillian Owens transform old doozies into fashion do's.
Contrary to popular belief, the U.S. is making progress on climate change. And not just because of the recession and the natural-gas boom.
Do you get tired of hearing about people's personal choices every time you bring up a big-picture food system problem that needs fixing? Me too.
Amazing gravity-defying botanist talks about flying snakes, tree sloths, and the 98 percent of life in the rainforest that we don’t even know exists yet.