Here’s a Really Clever Plan to Force the Feds to Deal With Climate Change

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It’s so sneaky, it just might work.

Airbnb for Water

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How an obscure startup could help solve California’s water crisis.

Exxon Knew of Climate Change in 1981, Email Says

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But the oil giant kept funding global warming skeptics.

Sorry, But the Perfect Lego Brick May Never Be Eco-Friendly

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Everything isn’t awesome.

Weed Growers Are a Drag on Denver’s Energy Supply

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The flowering reefer industry is sucking up energy, and the city has no efficiency plans in place to mitigate the problem.

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