Former Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader is accusing Obama of ignoring climate change and courting fossil-fuel donors.
New research backs up larger efforts to limit kids' access to soda, but the findings are also more complex than they may sound.
The new Five Borough Farm report lays out a clear vision for the future of urban farming in the Big Apple.
With federal funding for mass transit flagging, locals seek to pick up the slack with ballot-approved tax measures. So far, it seems to be working.
Spurred by studies that show that kids need physical activity not just for their health, but also for social and academic development, schools are reinstating an old standard.
How can we move Americans more quickly toward climate action? Here are three answers.
There are only two days left to fund our Kickstarter project -- the documentary biography of an American icon. Help us out!
Unless you're an economics geek, you've probably never heard of "discount rates." Behind that technical term, however, hides a social and ethical debate at the heart of climate policy. David Roberts explains (otters included).
A new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists quantifies how Fox News and the Wall Street Journal's opinion section spread climate skepticism.