Oh look, it's Rick Santorum's worst nightmare. Changmao the ram and Chunzi the doe are engaging in some sheep-on-deer marriage at China's Yunnan Provincial Wildlife Park today.
Thanks to the GRACE satellite, we now know that the planet is shedding 150 billion tons of ice annually, like some gigantic glass of lemonade left out in the sun.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Enjoy that chocolate now: it could be harder to find as climate change takes its toll on the cacao tree. Here are some other “green(ish)” ideas for presents to the one you love, be it your sweetie, your kid, your BFF, or your favorite teacher. And here’s Grist’s V-day roundup. President Obama’s 2013 budget increased funding for renewable energy by 29 percent. In France, a judge found Monsanto guilty of poisoning a farmer who was exposed some of the company’s weedkiller. Hurricanes could tear up offshore wind turbines
This adorable/emotional Chipotle ad, featuring Willie Nelson justifying Coldplay's existence, has stolen the heart of ... Fox News.
Swedish company Plantagon International is taking the urban greenhouse to the next level, and then the 17 levels beyond that. Their new vertical greenhouse in Linköping, Sweden will be 177 feet high.
McDonald’s has announced that it’s requiring pork suppliers to phase out gestation stalls — pig-sized pig cages where pregnant sows are confined, often unable to stand up or move around. Whoa, McDonald’s food has actual pigs in it? Who knew.
By the end of this century, thanks to climate change, devastating floods of New York City could happen every three to 20 years, says a new analysis from researchers at MIT and Princeton.
If you're not already connected to an electricity grid, renewable energy is a no-brainer, argues Michigan professor of history and ‘scholar of the Muslim world’ Juan Cole.
Americans' ideal home size declined to 2,100 square feet from a peak of 2,300, according to real estate research firm Trulia.