Fracking sites in Pennsylvania or rave rivers in Taiwan -- the choice is yours, river-dweller!
The models we use to estimate the cost of climate impacts may be substantially underestimating them. New research shows how.
First the good news: Seas didn't rise as much as we thought in the 20th century. Bad news? They're rising even faster now.
A boom in rooftop installations means jobs in solar are growing faster than in fossil fuel extraction.
And other amazing facts from the Golden State's epic nut boom.
It takes a gallon of water to produce one almond. And that's not the most insane fact about the hedge-fund-fueled race to plant thirsty trees in the middle of a catastrophic drought.
Last month, West Virginia decided to teach its students to doubt the overwhelming consensus on global warming. Now it's changed course.
Cheaper gas means more gas guzzled and more carbon emitted, right? Reality is more nuanced.
What's an aspiring locavore to do? Umbra says don't take it too Siri-ously.