Thank goodness, my prediction was wrong: The court lets Obama's health plan survive to be tested where it should be, at the polls in November.
Weathercasters are trusted interpreters, but lag behind on climate science. Getting them up to speed could have big impacts on public understanding of climate.
Planning on firing up the grill this weekend? Umbra has some smoking hot tips for you.
Better access to fruits and vegetables is key, but recent science suggests that lowering exposure to BPA, pthalates, and other endocrine disruptors might be just as important.
In their quest to find the next next next next next Solyndra, congressional Republicans are now attacking thriving, growing American clean-energy projects.
Author Beth Terry talks about plastic-free living, why the proposed alternatives to BPA might be worse, and the connection between cutting out plastic and building a local economy.
The fate of healthcare reform will shape the fate of every other effort we're going to need to make to deal with climate change and fix our collective future.
We came, we saw, we spent hours and hours stuck in Rio’s mythic traffic jams. Here's what we have to show for it.
Global food production may have inched toward becoming more sustainable at last week's Earth Summit. Or not. We probably won't know either way until the next Summit.