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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.

News

The NSA spied on top-secret climate negotiations between world leaders

Leaked memo on NSA spying gives us a glimpse of a climate conference that's normally behind closed doors.

Living

Consumerism plays a huge role in climate change

A new study shows that the stuff we consume -- from food to knick-knacks -- is responsible for up to 60 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Living

A group of bicycling women are defying norms in the Middle East

For Palestinian women, the path to women's rights may involve taking the velocipedic approach.

Climate & Energy

Watching coal plants crumble to a Tchaikovsky score is insanely satisfying

Coal plants like you've never seen them before—exploding to a soundtrack of classical music.

Business & Technology

“Passive” wifi could pave the way for connected devices that run on nothing

Rather than batteries or power chords, passive devices use ambient wifi signals to power themselves and communicate with other devices.

Climate & Energy

Take a hint, “clean coal.” The world is so over you

With renewables getting cheaper, the prospect of expensive, guilt-free fossil fuels is losing its appeal.

Science

Would you prefer your meat well-traveled or cloned, China?

To meet a growing demand for beef, China is already importing Australian cattle and will soon start cloning its own.