The Interior Department is going to let oil companies do seismic testing off the Atlantic coast, a precursor to offshore drilling. This is wrong on so many levels.
Journalist Will Potter plans to use drones to fly around ag-gag laws and get the dirt on factory farms.
Our hero, the little cropduster that could, has taken up fighting forest fires.
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Readers wonder if and where they should toss old pillows. Umbra makes a strong pillowcase.
Democrats in the state are divided over two proposed initiatives that would curb fracking near homes and give cities more regulatory power.
Olive trees don't take much water to produce lots of healthy oil. Plus, when you make it locally, you can actually taste the difference.
The EPA is still refusing to ban these dangerous insecticides, but a U.S. Fish and Wildlife official is phasing them out in some wildlife refuges.
When you're done rolling your eyes, here's why it's a good thing.
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