We can learn some things about public transportation from how the Dutch handle their bike traffic jams.
The world’s poorest people use so little energy at the moment that initially, upon being connected to the grid, they will not add much to the climate crisis.
Humans rule the world, for worse or for worse.
A new survey finds that Chinese citizens rank “pollution and the environment” as the top global threat. Americans aren't so concerned.
The president's chief climate negotiator has outlined the kind of agreement he might press for at the big U.N. climate summit in Paris next year.
The grocery chain's new labels are actually nuanced and make a lot of sense.
Think a new carpool lane will relieve gridlock on L.A.'s infamous 405? Think again.
They may be microbes you've never heard of, but they sequester a non-trivial amount of methane.
A new report written for the European Commission says cleaner power is cheaper power when all costs are considered.
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