A reader's city is replacing its network of pedestrian walks. Concrete? Asphalt? Rubber? Umbra covers the ground.
Philosophers don't have a strong argument for eating animals. So why do we do it anyway?
Hold onto your carrot tops! And onion tops! And turnip tops! And beet greens, too. You can turn all of those greens into a delicious snack.
Use this new tool to find out how much your state has heated up at night.
A document by Peabody Energy argues that “there are no demonstrated foreseeable effects of any GHG emissions.”
Despite decades of accepted science, California and Arizona are still miscounting their water supplies.
The birders in your life may not take this news well.
Scientists suspected that the big white beasts entered a kind of walking hibernation during the summer, when food is scarce. They were wrong.
On the sweeter side of climate change, Canadians are now growing grapes and peaches.