The country produces 80 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks each year, and that's taking a toll on China's forests.
As glaciers and ice sheets melt, they release plankton food, a new study finds -- and that could help slow the pace of global warming.
The Bahamian government will allow exploratory oil drilling, triggering worries about the tourism and fishing industries.
Some foods are getting cheaper, but is that really such great news for the hungry poor?
At least 63 people paid handsomely for the privilege of contracting gastroenteritis at acclaimed Danish restaurant Noma.
Navy Admiral Samuel J. Locklear says global warming “is probably the most likely thing ... that will cripple the security environment."
Many insurance firms are clueless when it comes to climate change. Allstate and Travelers question its very existence.
Will Bloomberg try again, or focus on banning evil soda cups now instead?
The New York Times editorial board and Times columnist Thomas Friedman have both come out swinging against the Keystone XL pipeline.
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