Hear those crickets? That’s the sound of The New York Times and other big U.S. papers covering global warming.
State Democrats see a conflict of interest there. They want the pom-poms to change hands.
Scientists are working to fine-tune and commercialize common fungi as they try to improve crop yields -- efforts that could also help with the climate.
A Radio Disney station in Ohio had teamed up with the oil and gas industry on an "educational" roadshow, but after parents protested, the station backed out.
Stephen Harper's administration decided that oil and gas officials would do a better job of managing fish along pipeline routes than actual experts.
The EPA dropped its investigation into complaints about contaminated water last year. Now Duke researchers have found dangerous levels of methane in wells.
The company that leaked a toxic chemical into the Elk River had told state officials about the contents of its riverside tanks. Why didn't officials draw up emergency plans?
More than 300 green groups release a letter saying no to nuclear, and climate scientist Ken Caldeira defends his reluctant support for the technology.
Maine is now the second state to mandate the labeling of foods containing GMOs, but the law will only take effect if other states follow its lead.
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