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Food

Mass extinction threatens the world’s pollinators — and its crops

A new UN-sponsored study suggests that 40 percent of invertebrate pollinators could go extinct.

News

Ted Cruz holds Flint water crisis money hostage

Withholding disaster relief funding may come at a cost for Ted Cruz.

News

Republicans want to open up millions of acres of public lands to logging and mining

You might have more in common with Donald Trump than the GOP when it comes to protecting national forests.

News

Electric vehicles could be as cheap as gas-guzzlers soon

A study predicts that falling battery prices could have a big effect on the car market in a few short years.

Cities

Humans evolve to grow hideous mustaches to filter China’s air pollution in new ad

Sometimes, a baby with a mustache is just what the environmental movement needs.

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Sanders is destroying Clinton in coal country, despite backing climate action

Clinton won West Virginia in a landslide in 2008. Now, she can't catch a break.

Food

New grocery store in Denmark sells only castoff foods

It’s a novel idea to cut down on food waste — and it saves buyers money too.

News

James Inhofe blames Flint water crisis on Obama’s climate agenda

Let's be clear: The president's "global warming agenda" is not what went wrong in Flint.

Climate & Energy

WTO swats down India’s massive solar initiative

The U.S. filed a complaint against India for requiring use of domestically produced panels, and the WTO took America's side.