Living

chalk it up

In Greenland, abandoned oil drums turn into fleeting art

Julia Edith Rigby was fascinated by trash near a Greenland village -- so she made it into art.

come rain or shine

The California drought is on its way out, but deeper droughts lie ahead

Climate swings are only going to get worse.

Breaking up is hard to do

Will this massive iceberg collapse soon? Get your bets in now.

An Irish bookmaker is offering 6-to-1 odds that an iceberg the size of Delaware will split off from the Larsen C Ice Shelf this month.

The monuments man

President Obama is giving us a parting gift: a bunch of new national monuments.

Three of the sites are important in the history of African-Americans in the South and two in the West will bolster climate resilience.

Dirty business

The day after VW execs were indicted, Fiat Chrysler has been accused of cheating on diesel emissions.

The EPA says Fiat Chrysler installed software designed to hide excess emissions in more than 100,000 diesel vehicles.

path of lease resistance

Oil and gas leases canceled on Blackfeet sacred land in Montana

The tribe has fought against the Badger-Two Medicine leases for 30 years.

Shall we sundance?

Sundance is shining a spotlight on climate change this year.

The film festival will feature 14 movies and projects related to the environment, including "An Inconvenient Sequel."

Mini-Docs

Turns out community gardening might be pretty good rehab

Caring for a garden is kind of like kicking booze, says one tough-talking Vietnam vet.

sweet sleuth

Gary Taubes bites into our national obsession with sweets

And he’s not sugar-coating it.