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Cities

How much does density really cut down on driving?

The correlation isn't as direct as you might think. But it still points to us needing much denser cities.

Food

Fish CSAs, herb truck farms, & rye-crusted sturgeon: Inside Vancouver’s food scene

Take a video tour of Saltwater City -- and meet Canadian foodies and fishermen.

Climate & Energy

Another state bans agency from discussing climate change

The climate change language police just struck again in Wisconsin.

Science

Should climate scientists give up flying?

Climate scientists curtailing their air travel would only make a tiny dent in carbon emissions, but a new paper argues they should do it anyway.

on the farm

Exclusive: Ages and Ages’ ageless “I See More” Pickathon performance

Watch Portland-based pop-rockers, Ages and Ages, belt out their toe-tapping tune, "I See More," at last year's Pickathon.

Food

Making almonds the drought’s scapegoat? That’s nuts

California's water woes have sent waves of guilt through the ranks of almond-eaters, but the real trouble lies with our antiquated, crazy rules for distributing water.

Living

Why women shouldn’t be afraid of walkin’ after midnight

When we talk about sexual assault, we often talk about scary strangers and dangerous cities.

Cities

L.A. just called. It says go find another dystopia.

Los Angeles has a new master plan that sets ambitious goals for a more sustainable urban future -- and puts the kibosh on grassy lawns.

Climate & Energy

There’s an emerging right-wing divide on climate denial. Here’s what it means (and doesn’t)

Establishment Republicans are moving away from denialism, but they’re not about to start promoting climate solutions.