Seventy scientists spent two years putting together a complete picture of mercury in the ocean and in seafood. Will the results convince the U.S. to control emissions?
The small-but-growing alternative meat industry got a needed boost this week from a group of foodies and software programmers at the first meat hackathon.
Microhousing promises the kind of density essential for building sustainable cities -- but it doesn't always go over smoothly with the neighbors.
It's not often a cable TV show hosts a smart, in-depth discussion of energy issues. David Roberts takes part in that rare episode on a recent "Up With Chris Hayes."
Re-engineering the climate is often dismissed as quackery, but will desperation and runaway warming drive us to it? Granger Morgan thinks it might.
A less stable climate will likely cause food prices to spike, and that could mean more of us in the developed world will be eating highly processed, fattening foods.
Jackie Douglas is crusading to make Beantown’s streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists, but you won’t hear her calling names.
The president's former green jobs czar thinks growing public concern over climate change obligates Obama to take leadership on the issue.
An attempt to avoid giving chain-store Christmas gifts kicks off with a weekend craft-fair binge.