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Climate & Energy

Climate change is driving heat waves around the world

A new report pins the blame for a recent spate of heat waves on human-caused climate change -- but for the California drought, the evidence is murkier.

Business & Technology

This lobbying shop is so dirty even oil companies want out

Occidental Petroleum is leaving ALEC because its positions on climate change are too extreme.

Climate & Energy

Big greens are spending big green in 2014 midterms

A climate change super PAC, funded by billionaire investor Tom Steyer, backs up its sometimes zany stunts with a whole lot of cash.

Climate & Energy

Is there any hope for international climate talks?

A binding international treaty with firm emission limits just isn’t happening. Now attention is turning to a bottom-up, “pledge and review” strategy. Can it work?

Food

Why Virginia is doing charcuterie right

How Richmond's Belmont Butchery is building a better food system.

Food

We tried to eat every part of a salmon, and this is what we ended up with

Exactly how much blood, sweat, and tears go into a first-timer's salmon fileting? Watch our video to find out.

Food

How one Oregon town got its fish back

Can the fishermen of Port Orford work toward more sustainable stewardship of the ocean -- whether they believe in climate change or not?

Isla Bonita

The little island that could is going 100 percent renewable

El Hierro stands mere months away from its all-renewable goal, thanks to a wind farm that stores excess energy in a connected water turbine system.

MALIGNANT GROWTH

No, economic growth and climate stability do not go hand-in-hand

The carefully worded New Climate Economy report says that we can take climate action and grow the economy too. Avoiding catastrophic warming is a separate issue, apparently.