Should we really be spending limited science funding on social science and climate change art, when we haven't figured out all the hard stuff yet?
The court ruled 5-4 that the EPA didn't properly take costs into account when regulating emissions of mercury and other toxic pollutants.
Parisian cabbies are allegedly protesting Uber by blocking roads, but we know what they're REALLY doing.
Fish escaping from aquaculture pens is a really big problem, with a really great name: Fishbreaks!
Flowers are losing species diversity as winters get warmer and drier, according to a new study.
A sting operation checking out if Whole Foods prices are really supposed to be that high found that “every label was inaccurate."
The ruling suggests that any nation that contributes to climate change is abusing the human rights of its citizens, not to mention the rest of the world.
Wait just one second: Is this a study that focuses on the actual, meaningful impacts that climate change will have on the lives of humans?
The agency announced it will spend the next two years trying to create a new type of aircraft with "maximum efficiency and minimal environmental impact.”