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Awesome necklaces are an air pollution visualization

These statement necklaces actually say something.

Climate & Energy

Poll: Californians are more worried about climate change because drought

As the state's water shortage deepens, its residents get more serious about responding to climate change.

Climate & Energy

Portland activists force Shell to turn around

Protesters hanging from the St. Johns Bridge stall plans for Arctic drilling.

Climate & Energy

Hillary Clinton takes my advice on dealing with climate science deniers

How do you beat the deniers? Attack, mock, and embarrass them, and Clinton is now doing just that.

Avian flu is hammering hens — should poultry farmers get a bailout?

Egg farmers are asking for help to recover from a disease outbreak. Would a bailout fix the problem or make it worse?

Living

Two-day shipping: Free to you, but how costly to the planet?

The journey your package takes doesn't have to be a guilt(y) trip. But the faster you want it, the more likely you'll be doing some damage, green-ly speaking.

Living

After all our crushin’, we’re crushed out

While you -- and we -- are likely very sad to see Madeleine and our weekly dose of girl crushin' go, fear not!

Food

Farmworkers score big in new tomato deal

A major grocery distributer just signed on to participate in the Fair Food Program.

Climate & Energy

California restaurants stopped serving water. Does that matter?

Gone are the automatically filled glasses and self-serve water pitchers -- does that make a difference to California's ongoing drought?

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