Smoking your own meat is easier than it sounds -- even if don't own any of the fancy gear. Try this DIY technique.
New science suggests that smaller crops might produce the same amount of food with much fewer resources.
A reader wonders how to find a hose that's not made of PVC plastics. Umbra's not going to water down this answer.
Breasts are amazing things, says Florence Williams, author of the new book "Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History" -- but maybe not for the reasons you think they are.
Witness the evolution of New York City’s billion-square-foot roofscape in the face of climate change.
"State shift" doesn't mean moving to Arkansas. It's the alarming phrase a new study uses to describe what goes down when we push the planet past its limits. And it's just around the corner.
The good news: The USDA finally released an environmental impact review of genetically engineered sugar beets. The bad: Monsanto has already crowded out other seed makers.
All the world is a parking lot -- or a heck of a lot of it is, anyway. But according to professor Eran Ben-Joseph, these places don’t have to be wastelands.
U.S. utilities are shifting away from coal and toward sustainability initiatives, electric vehicles, and clean technology, an annual survey of the industry found.