Thanks to all who joined us for our live chat with Protect Our Winters Executive Director Chris Steinkamp today. We covered the hot topic of serving as snow protectors of the winter sports community in the face of a hotter planet and a mountain of others. Read the discussion here.
Canadian researchers recently steaked the claim that the sight of a big, juicy burger and other well-done meats soothes the savage and beastly instincts in men. But can vegetarians remain calm?
As promised, Yellow Page publishers have sued to overturn a law in Seattle that lets people opt out of receiving paper phone books.
We'll be chatting live with Chris Steinkamp, executive director of Protect Our Winters. And next Tuesday, the Sierra Club's Michael Brune will chew the chat fat with David Roberts.
To address climate change, we need to change behavior, but appeals to the rational mind aren't enough. So what works? Here's a glimpse.
"You get an opportunity that traveling by plane or car you don't get. And you learn much more, you discover much more about yourself. It was an existential experience."
Pro sports teams are greening stadiums, forging corporate partnerships with green themes, and encouraging sustainable practices among fans.
Google's launch party for Hotpot, its new location-based, restaurant-rating service, was just as fun as the old bubble-era shindigs used to be. Too bad it seems more like Why?-ware than Web 3.0.
When the former governor's TLC show, Sarah Palin's Alaska, debuted, conservationists say the Palins got too close to the bears. Is Palin being her maverick-y self and breaking all the (wildlife) rules? Or are people just splitting hairs? Take a look for yourself.