In May, the atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration could exceed 400 parts per million -- way past the 350 level we need to be aiming for.
Silicon Valley investors are channeling money into food-related startups that aim to make agriculture more eco-friendly and food more healthful.
Manchester, a Houston neighborhood, is where tar-sands oil piped through Keystone XL would be refined. The community has enough problems already.
A bill calling for toxic oil dispersants to be used only as a last resort was quashed after the oil industry voiced its opposition.
Global warming was originally known as the Callendar Effect, in honor of an engineer who discovered it in 1938.
The European Union is imposing a two-year ban on three types of neonicotinoid pesticides that have been found to seriously mess with bees.
Foxx has improved public transit in Charlotte, N.C., starting a streetcar project and extending light rail, and he's installed electric-vehicle infrastructure.
A divestment campaign pushed by 350.org is spreading from colleges to cities. Boulder, Colo., Eugene, Ore., and Ithaca, N.Y. are also on board.
The group, founded by the Facebook boss and other tech titans to promote immigration reform, is financing ads that call for more oil exploration. What gives?
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