As California enters the world of cap-and-trade, sustainable farms are in line to receive dollars that will come straight from oil and gas companies.
Apple's newest release contains far fewer toxic chemicals than its predecessors, but that's still not saying much.
In the first debate, Romney made bogus statements about stimulus funding for cleantech firms. No one made any statements about climate change.
With her new book "Long Way on a Little," the author of "Radical Homemakers" talks about how to use the bones, fat, and extra parts of grass-fed animals to make them last.
Moderator Jim Lehrer isn't likely to ask a direct question about climate change, but you can bet that energy policy will come up. David Roberts offers a primer.
The Motor City has been glamorized as a land of exquisite corpses. Now, the directors of "Boys of Baraka" and "Jesus Camp" bring us the survivors.
National politics tends to suck up all the attention. But a battle going on in Arizona could have a huge effect on the future of solar power.
A new campaign aims to mobilize voters who want to see the presidential candidates take climate concerns seriously.
A Yale survey found that most swing voters know human-caused climate change is real and want the government to do something about it.
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