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Harvesting sugar cane in Brazil. Shell.
January 27, 2014

UN Warns Us to Eat Less Meat and Lay Off Biofuels, or We’re In For It

We’re overconsuming ourselves into environmental oblivion.

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60 Minutes
January 6, 2014

Did ’60 Minutes’ Drop The Ball Again?

CBS’s ‘Cleantech Crash’ segment misses the point, critics charge.

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January 3, 2014

Will Congress Go Another Year Without Designating New Wilderness?

The only thing Congress has preserved in the last four years is its record dry spell.

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January 3, 2014

For the Birds (And the Bats)

8 ways wind power companies are trying to prevent deadly collisions.

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January 3, 2014

Antarctic Sea Ice Increase is Because of Weather, Not Climate

Rapid build up of ice that trapped the research vessel Academik Shokalskiy tells us very little about global warming.

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February 11, 2015

Vaccines Are One of Our Best Weapons Against Global Warming

Climate change could make deadly diseases like rotavirus even worse.

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February 10, 2015

Scientists Are Pretty Terrified About These Last-Minute Fixes to Global Warming

The most comprehensive study to date on geoengineering says we probably shouldn’t do it—at least not yet.

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Solar panels on the roof of a house in Apache Junction, Arizona. Darryl Webb/AP
February 10, 2015

Are Solar Companies Ripping You Off?

Members of Congress and a big utility are teaming up to raise that question. But experts think their concerns are overblown.

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February 6, 2015

China’s Toxic Air Could Kill a Population the Size of Orlando

The country’s pollution could contribute to 257,000 deaths over the next decade.

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