Our trash won't be riding dirty for too much longer. North America's first electric garbage truck is rolling through Chicago.
The country has hit another renewable energy milestone, sourcing more than a quarter of its electricity from renewables.
The GOP is using a tone-deaf, insulting political ad campaign in the Pennsylvania governor's race.
Drought and water scarcity are making it harder to grow avocados in Chile, a major supplier to the United States during winter months.
It's not that half of all vertebrate species have gone extinct -- it's just the population counts that have dropped by 52 percent. Oh, phew.
Shrinking sea ice forces walruses to flop ashore en masse.
Thanks to drought and Soviet-era waterworks, the Aral Sea is drying up to a crisp. But at least kids have cool shipwrecks to play on!
The two-mile pipeline, connecting the De Halve Maan Brewery to its bottling plant, would cut truck traffic on the streets of Bruges by 85 percent.
The cute climate scientist will stop at nothing to fight climate change denial.
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