Is it possible to have an enviro-themed costume that's not totally lame? Umbra scares up some suggestions.
Paul Ryan got his facts wrong during an exchange on clean-energy stimulus funding at the vice presidential debate.
When industries make an effort to green operations, they add jobs, found a report from the Economic Policy Institute.
Romney's latest white paper on agriculture and rural America says a lot about gutting taxes and regulation, but not so much about the farm bill, sustainable farming, or drought.
Peter Seligmann, CEO of Conservation International, one of the largest conservation groups on the planet, explains why he decided to dump biodiversity and focus instead on humans.
In Long Island Sound, just outside New York City, new aquaculture projects promise to clean the water while raising low-input sustainable seafood in vertical underwater gardens.
Can the seed giant patent DNA, even if a farmer comes by it legally? After several courts sided with the company, the Supreme Court will take up one farmer's appeal.
The recipients of this year's Food Sovereignty Prize represent the diversity of a powerful global movement promoting healthy food for all.
Bill McKibben did a bang-up job of talking about climate change on "Real Time with Bill Maher" -- and it got David Roberts thinking about effective climate communication.