Do not try this at home (adding salt to a beautiful gin & tonic, that is).
A few months ago, scientists thought that a strong El Niño could help turn California's epic drought around. Now it looks like that's not going to happen.
Tech incubators, coworking spaces, car-share Teslas, a 40-foot, fire-breathing praying mantis. It's all here. Now all Tony Hsieh needs is some people.
Food giant General Mills now has some pretty sweet climate bragging rights.
What the company lacks in shame it makes up for in chutzpah. At least it isn't denying climate science!
Sure, you'll be safe from the majority of climate disasters, but the people out here are just. the. worst.
Dorceta Taylor, professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment, talks about her new report about environmental groups' failure to diversify.
Don't be taken in: This site sometimes plays to green sympathies, but it's full of untrustworthy information and outright conspiracy theories.
How can a city's distant past guide our search for solutions to today's problems? A statue offers some clues.
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