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.
Despite decades of accepted science, California and Arizona are still miscounting their water supplies.
Hal Herzog has spent 30 years studying the unique relationships people have with animals. Here are his thoughts on our weird relationship with meat.
The latest episode of "The Adaptors" looks into a question that most people think about but few like to talk about.
A reader wants to know how to do her binge-watching in the most sustainable way. Umbra goes True Detective on this one.
From fancy farm-to-table spots to hipster burger joints, too many restaurants focus on meat, and that’s terrible for the climate.
What's with all the Pluto hullabaloo? Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with Stephen Colbert to clear up some planetary questions.
Hopeful winemakers were banking on climate change to warm their vineyards, but it might take a couple decades.