Google's annual report on top searches prompted us to check out who looked for info on Hurricane Sandy, drought, and global warming.
Winters in the Northeastern U.S. will have less snow and more rain in the future. As a native, I find this heartbreaking.
New health centers for low-income people are being built on formerly contaminated land -- finally, brownfields redevelopment that helps locals.
And Yoko knows bad.
NASA's map of the year's wildfires in the U.S. is jaw-dropping.
Mining companies don't have to pay any royalties at all to extract precious metals from public land. A new GAO report highlights the absurdity.
Last May, the department suggested new regulations by the end of 2012. No longer.
The Detroit City Council has OK'd a big, millionaire-backed urban forestry project, but will it also support smaller community farms?
While much of the country suffers from drought, the feds give oil and mining companies licenses to pollute what water we do have.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.