Austin, Texas, grew a whopping 51.1 percent in 10 years. Is it possible for a city to grow quickly and retain its character? Lucia Athens, Austin's sustainability director, hopes so.
Scientists are using new coral records to strengthen the case that climate change might be making El Niño worse.
When House Republicans sacrificed the farm bill to the fiscal cliff, they left farmers bereft of crucial reforms. So why does rural America keep voting for them?
When we start substituting sharing for buying, fascinating changes -- disruptions, opportunities, and maybe even climate benefits -- can follow. We'll explore them this month.
A recent study suggests that pushing people's emotional buttons through derogatory comments only entrenches their preexisting beliefs.
A review of what climate change has in store renders the notion of climate "alarmism" rather quaint, even bizarre. There isn't enough alarm in the world for this.
When you boil a complex statistic down to a phrase that connects with people, it finds a home in our minds.
Tool libraries! Coworking spaces! Car sharing! The “collaborative consumption” revolution is upon us. Here’s what you need to know to take part.
Food Tank, a food-focused think tank, has ambitious plans to become a go-to resource for activists, policymakers, and farmers across the world.