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April 12, 2018  Tesla's world's largest solar battery is about to get beaten --- badly
April 12, 2018  Colombia takes 'unprecedented' step to stop farms gobbling forests
April 12, 2018  This Could Be a Very Big Moment in Canadian History
April 12, 2018  The Brazilian villagers turning plastic pollution into profit
April 11, 2018  FactCheck: Pruitt's tall tale on toxic cleanups
April 11, 2018  The rise of wooden skyscrapers
April 11, 2018  A Drop in the Ocean?
April 11, 2018  India leads increasing antibiotic consumption
April 10, 2018  Apple Now Runs On 100% Green Energy, And Here's How It Got There
April 10, 2018  In Letter to E.P.A., Top Ethics Officer Questions Pruitt's Actions
April 10, 2018  Judge says Elizabeth May and other pipeline protesters should face criminal charges
April 10, 2018  Your Future Home Might Be Powered By Car Batteries
April 09, 2018  The worrying retreat of the ice
April 09, 2018  Greener shipping can help fight climate change
April 09, 2018  Kinder Morgan slams brakes on spending for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
April 09, 2018  The CDC seeks to contain antibiotic-resistant 'nightmare bacteria'
April 05, 2018  Scott Pruitt Was Always an Ethical Nightmare
April 05, 2018  Britain offers millions in cash to bury its radioactive waste
April 05, 2018  The Puerto Rican town left to stew in toxic waste
April 05, 2018  Solar soars: Renewable energy, by the numbers
April 04, 2018  Pakistan's 114 degrees is just one of many all-time March records toppled in Asia
April 04, 2018  'Nightmare bacteria' are trying to spread in the U.S., CDC says
April 04, 2018  Why Antarctica's Prehistoric Forests Might Foreshadow Its Future
April 04, 2018  Are we on track to create a sustainable world by 2050?
April 03, 2018  As whales fade, movement they spawned tries to keep up hope
April 03, 2018  How Lyme disease became the first epidemic of climate change
April 03, 2018  EPA to roll back car emissions standards, handing automakers a big win
April 03, 2018  Lake Urmia, Iran's tarnished gem
April 02, 2018  Coal Generator That Trump Tried to Save Files for Bankruptcy
April 02, 2018  Putin's Imperial Rule Spurs Trash Protests in Moscow Suburbs
April 02, 2018  Two degrees no longer seen as global warming guardrail
April 02, 2018  The Oil Market Problem No One Is Talking About -- Yet
March 29, 2018  Hong Kong's skyline farms harvest more happiness than food
March 29, 2018  Puerto Rico hurricane migrants may be wild card in U.S. elections
March 29, 2018  New Science Shows Bee-Killing Pesticides Are Unnecessary on Most Farms
March 29, 2018  The plastics crisis is more urgent than you know. Recycling bottles won't fix it
March 28, 2018  The Impermanence of Permafrost
March 28, 2018  Canada's Governments Don't Have Real Plans to Fight or Adapt to Climate Change
March 28, 2018  Aging Wind Farms Are Repowering with Longer Blades, More Efficient Turbines
March 27, 2018  Hydrogen-powered transport key to climate targets, says Shell
March 27, 2018  11,000 years ago, our ancestors survived abrupt climate change
March 27, 2018  Trump's elephant, lion trophy hunting policy hit with double lawsuits
March 27, 2018  Scott Pruitt's Dirty Politics
March 26, 2018  Drug resistance spreads to humans at 'shocking' rate
March 26, 2018  Europe's $38 Billion Carbon Market Is Finally Doing Its Job
March 26, 2018  U.S. tax incentives expected to drive growth of CO2 capture, sequestration projects
March 26, 2018  Threatened blue carbon ecosystems store carbon 40 times faster than forests
March 22, 2018  Brazilian lawmakers funded by donors guilty of environmental crimes
March 22, 2018  When antibiotics turn toxic
March 22, 2018  How an Indian Guru Cleans the World's Most Polluted Rivers
March 22, 2018  Collapse of civilization is a near certainty within decades.
March 21, 2018  Can climate litigation save the world?
March 21, 2018  Why are we so fat despite our best efforts?
March 20, 2018  India most vulnerable country to climate change
March 20, 2018  Bomb Cyclones, Nor'easters, and the Messy Relationship Between Weather and Climate
March 20, 2018  How many people is too many people?
March 20, 2018  Water shortages could affect 5 billion people by 2050, UN report warns
March 19, 2018  Pruitt huddled with coal exec who raised over $1M for Trump
March 19, 2018  Solar-Panel Makers Have Just Hours Left to Avoid Trump's Tariffs
March 19, 2018  Billion-dollar polar engineering 'needed to slow melting glaciers'
March 19, 2018  Pollen counts likely to double by 2040 due to climate change
March 15, 2018  As Alaskan Waters Warm, Market Squid Extend Their Reach Northward
March 15, 2018  Russia's Arctic nuclear dump may become promising fishing area
March 15, 2018  Donald Trump is silencing those who might restrain him
March 15, 2018  Bottled water: You could be drinking tiny bits of plastic
March 14, 2018  World's Happiest Country Also Has No Carbon Emissions
March 14, 2018  Climate Change Threatens Thousands of Species in Our Lifetime
March 14, 2018  Kinder Morgan wants money from anyone who gets in the way of Trans Mountain expansion
March 14, 2018  Monsanto's Cancer Fight Judge Pictures Weed Killer Showers
March 13, 2018  Oil palm, rubber could trigger 'storm' of deforestation in the Congo Basin
March 13, 2018  A "New Ocean" Is Emerging at the Top of the World
March 13, 2018  Microplastic pollution in oceans is far worse than feared, say scientists
March 13, 2018  Four Years After Declaring War on Pollution, China Is Winning
March 12, 2018  Radiation Is Put to Good Use for Once in Chernobyl
March 12, 2018  In Iceland, global warming no longer a joke
March 12, 2018  Smarter ideas for feeding more people and helping the environment
March 12, 2018  Clearing the Radioactive Rubble Heap That Was Fukushima
March 08, 2018  The Trump administration just failed to stop a climate lawsuit brought by 21 kids
March 08, 2018  Sea Level Rise in the San Fran Cisco Bay Area Just Got a Lot More Dire
March 08, 2018  Blue economy: Not just for the fish
March 08, 2018  Can humans be more like woolly mammoths?
March 07, 2018  Puerto Ricans still stranded in hotels 6 months after storm
March 07, 2018  What Westerners take for granted
March 07, 2018  China tests giant air cleaner to combat smog
March 07, 2018  Ticks Creep Into Canada, Bringing Lyme Disease With Them
March 06, 2018  2018 is the year of scientists running for Congress
March 06, 2018  US has caused serious damage to Paris climate efforts
March 06, 2018  Judge delves into science behind Roundup cancer claim
March 06, 2018  World's largest deposit of mercury is in permafrost, study suggests
March 01, 2018  De Niro, a climate hero, to build a resort on wrecked island
March 01, 2018  Why don't you see people-sized salmon anymore?
March 01, 2018  Scientists Want to Completely Rethink How They Make the Flu Vaccine
March 01, 2018  World's first plastic-free aisle opens in Netherlands supermarket
February 28, 2018  The Sky Is Falling
February 28, 2018  Asian Ticks (Mysteriously) Turned Up On A New Jersey Sheep
February 28, 2018  In Africa, War Over Water Looms As Ethiopia Nears Completion Of Nile River Dam
February 28, 2018  Women at the front can help defeat global warming
February 26, 2018  The White House's attack on scientists could manipulate public opinion
February 26, 2018  Can a tourist ban save DiCaprio's coral paradise from destruction?
February 26, 2018  Man-Made Snow to Be Used in Beijing and Beyond
February 26, 2018  It will be warmer at the North Pole next week than much of Europe
February 22, 2018  Will and Jaden Smith create eco-friendly water company: Just
February 22, 2018  How China's crackdown on pollution is paying off
February 22, 2018  First-class flights are the least of Scott Pruitt's sins
February 22, 2018  Why Conservatives really ought to love carbon taxes
February 21, 2018  World's use of water outstripping population
February 20, 2018  An unfrozen North
February 20, 2018  Without city jobs, tech-savvy Kenyan youth head back to the farm
February 20, 2018  How Climate Change is Altering Air Travel
February 20, 2018  Are we poisoning our children with plastic?
February 19, 2018  First ship crosses Arctic in winter without an icebreaker
February 19, 2018  Canada must strengthen its key environmental protection law
February 19, 2018  The secret on the ocean floor
February 19, 2018  Climate change spells turbulent times ahead for air travel
February 15, 2018  How Iceland became the bitcoin miners' paradise
February 15, 2018  Germany considering free public transportation to take on air pollution
February 15, 2018  Canada, UK brace for war on marine plastics pollution
February 15, 2018  Enriched Uranium Particle Appears Over Alaska --- and No One Knows Why
February 13, 2018  Solar power push lights up options for India's rural women
February 13, 2018  Venezuela's economy is so bad, parents are leaving their children at orphanages
February 13, 2018  Coastal First Nations affirm support for oil tanker ban on North Coast
February 13, 2018  EPA Settles Syngenta Pesticide Claim For Pennies On The Dollar
February 08, 2018  No such thing as clean coal
February 08, 2018  UK Space Agency to help detect illegal jungle gold miners
February 08, 2018  The Last Drop of Water in Broken Hill
February 08, 2018  EPA's Scott Pruitt asks whether global warming 'necessarily is a bad thing'
February 07, 2018  FEMA Contract Called for 30 Million Meals for Puerto Ricans. 50,000 Were Delivered.
February 07, 2018  Ozone layer declining over populated zones
February 07, 2018  If we talk about hurting 'our' planet, who exactly is the 'we'?
February 07, 2018  Lawmakers should push forward on carbon-tax plan
February 06, 2018  Keeping the world below 2°C of warming needs tech we don't have
February 06, 2018  Chemical in plastic that wreaks Havoc with hormones may be impossible to avoid
February 06, 2018  The Arctic is full of toxic mercury, and climate change is going to release it
February 06, 2018  No Children Because of Climate Change? Some People Are Considering It
February 05, 2018  Troubled by Trump's Climate Denial, Scientists Aim to Set the Record Straight
February 05, 2018  Ten good things about Cape Town's drought
February 05, 2018  European Parliament Calls for a Moratorium on Deep-Sea Mining
February 05, 2018  Whale and shark species at increasing risk from microplastic pollution
February 01, 2018  Bernie Sanders: Trump's 'days are numbered' for ignoring climate change
February 01, 2018  Surfers Against Sewage urge MPs to make parliament plastic-free
February 01, 2018  Greens sue over Interior plans to build road through Alaska refuge
February 01, 2018  From Cape Town to Kabul: taps run dry in crisis cities
January 31, 2018  Qantas uses mustard seeds in first ever biofuel flight between Australia and US
January 31, 2018  Coal firms plead to courts for West Coast export terminals
January 31, 2018  Trump glorifies coal, shuts eyes to climate risks
January 31, 2018  Tech Support for an Ailing Planet
January 30, 2018  Trump's view that ice caps 'setting records' baffles scientists
January 30, 2018  The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer's
January 30, 2018  50 percent of US military bases report climate extremes, new Pentagon study says
January 30, 2018  Air Pollution Affects 47 Million Children In India
January 29, 2018  California governor pushes for 5 million zero-emission cars
January 29, 2018  Natural gas killed coal -- now renewables and batteries are taking over
January 29, 2018  2017 Was the Hottest Year Yet In the World's Ocean
January 29, 2018  Science-loving government cuts funding for science
January 25, 2018  Deep sea mining: Charting the risks of a new frontier
January 25, 2018  Are There Zombie Viruses In The Thawing Permafrost?
January 25, 2018  Raising Kids in Delhi's Worsening Air
January 24, 2018  Indian PM Narendra Modi warns of three major global threats
January 24, 2018  Can planet Earth feed 10 billion people?
January 24, 2018  Researchers Find Pollution Is the Biggest Global Threat to Human Health
January 24, 2018  How climate change and population growth threaten Egypt's ancient treasures
January 23, 2018  Tesla's Elon Musk May Have Boldest Pay Plan in Corporate History
January 23, 2018  Here come the megacities
January 23, 2018  Apocalypse not now but the fate of civilization is in our hands
January 23, 2018  How China Plans to Feed 1.4 Billion Growing Appetites
January 18, 2018  Inventors search for 'missing link' in renewable energy
January 18, 2018  A long-simmering factor in Iran protests: climate change
January 18, 2018  Old Age and Societal Decline
January 18, 2018  The End of Plastic Has Officially Arrived
January 17, 2018  Ferrari Has Plans to Make an Electric Supercar
January 17, 2018  EU sets 2030 target for recyclable plastic packaging
January 17, 2018  Disaster just destroyed your special place. Now what?
January 17, 2018  African battery recycling plants poison communities with lead
January 16, 2018  IN DEPTH: EU's First Map of Valuable Resources from E-Waste, ELVs & Mining Waste
January 16, 2018  SWANA Disappointed as Chinese Government Finalises Waste Import Restrictions
January 16, 2018  The Parasite on the Playground
January 16, 2018  Sustainable Energy Critical for Achieving Overall Goals of Paris Climate Agreement
January 16, 2018  We Can't Wait Any Longer To Redefine Our Relationship With Plastic
January 16, 2018  Synthetic species made to shun sex with wild organisms
January 15, 2018  In a fast-warming world, scientists say recent cold wave was exceptionally weird
January 15, 2018  The Perfect Storm Behind This Year's Nasty Flu Season
January 15, 2018  Here's why some cats don't chase rats
January 15, 2018  How dirt could save us from antibiotic-resistant superbugs
January 11, 2018  Global warming will expose millions more to floods
January 11, 2018  Amazon dams are disrupting ecologically vital flood pulses
January 11, 2018  New York City Sues Oil Companies Over Climate Change, Says It Plans to Divest
January 11, 2018  Denied land, Indian women stake claims in collectives
January 10, 2018  Interactive Map -- World's Most Wasteful Countries
January 10, 2018  Paradise Under Pressure
January 10, 2018  In Colombia, a cease-fire saves lives---and oil
January 10, 2018  It's not the heat, it's the humidity --- really
January 10, 2018  Climate scientists unlock secrets of 'blue carbon'
January 09, 2018  The Private Company Selling Off America's Public Lands
January 09, 2018  US regulators reject Trump's 'multi-billion-dollar bailout' for coal plants
January 09, 2018  As Britain bans microbeads, lawmakers urge more action on plastic
January 08, 2018  How Many Hipsters Does It Take to Change the Lightbulb?
January 08, 2018  How Hot Was It in Australia? Hot Enough to Melt Asphalt
January 08, 2018  China restricts imports of plastic trash
January 08, 2018  The Rockefellers vs. Exxon
January 04, 2018  A Chinese Megacity Bus Fleet Goes Fully Electric
January 04, 2018  How France became a global leader in curbing food waste
January 04, 2018  As millions go hungry, India eyes ways to stop wasting $14 billion of food a year
January 04, 2018  Brazil announces end to Amazon mega-dam building policy
January 03, 2018  The Dutch plan to build an artificial island to support the world's largest wind farm
January 03, 2018  China, Moving to Cut Emissions, Halts Production of 500 Car Models
January 03, 2018  Obesity Is the Main Contributor to Diabetes in Blacks and Whites
January 03, 2018  Earth Will Start Becoming a Desert by 2050 if Global Warming Isn't Stopped!
January 02, 2018  Pope Francis Hated 2017 Too, Calling it a 'Wasted' Year of Death and Lies
January 02, 2018  The Coal Dependent Netherlands Searches For Alternatives
January 02, 2018  Researchers take to water and sky in major effort to save endangered killer whales
January 02, 2018  It's Not Too Late: A Climate Change New Year's Resolution
December 21, 2017  Understanding those deadly mosquitoes
December 21, 2017  Drilling in Arctic Refuge Gets a Green Light. What's Next?
December 21, 2017  Major journal sounds alarm over global mass poisoning
December 21, 2017  Noise Is The Next Great Public Health Crisis
December 20, 2017  Canada Needs to Clean Up its Carbon Act
December 20, 2017  Arctic wildlife's last habitat will be ice strip
December 20, 2017  Arctic wildlife's last habitat will be ice strip
December 20, 2017  UPS orders 125 Tesla big-rig electric trucks
December 20, 2017  2017 will be one of Earth's hottest years on record
December 19, 2017  Get Ready For A Meatless Meat Explosion, As Big Food Gets On Board
December 19, 2017  China Unveils an Ambitious Plan to Curb Climate Change Emissions
December 19, 2017  Parched for a price: Karachi's water crisis
December 19, 2017  Arctic under attack: Why the world must 'act now'
December 18, 2017  Animals that could disappear because of us
December 18, 2017  As Venezuela collapses, children are dying of hunger
December 18, 2017  How Craft Brewers Are Embracing New Water Technologies
December 18, 2017  How Does the Flu Actually Kill People?
December 14, 2017  We may be in for far higher amounts of sea level rise than ever thought before
December 14, 2017  India produced 2 million tonnes of e-waste in 2016
December 14, 2017  After years of toxic oil spills, indigenous Peruvians use tech to fight back
December 14, 2017  Fluoride in the Water: Too Much of a Good Thing?
December 13, 2017  Warming of the Arctic is 'unprecedented over the last 1,500 years,' scientists say
December 13, 2017  Indigenous groups unite to make Chevron pay
December 13, 2017  World Bank won't back oil and gas projects after 2019
December 13, 2017  Toyota Deepens Panasonic Battery Ties in Electric-Car Rush
December 12, 2017  World leaders, high security at Paris climate summit
December 12, 2017  What's that burning? $58 billion for Beijing's clean air
December 12, 2017  The diet that helps fight climate change
December 12, 2017  The sad, ugly fate of our plastic trash in the ocean
December 11, 2017  The Dirty Secret of The World's Plan to Avert Climate Disaster
December 11, 2017  Second La Niña Winter Could Extend Drought Across the West
December 11, 2017  How a Wayward Arctic Current Could Cool the Climate in Europe
December 11, 2017  Call for more hospital beds to cope with winter breathing difficulties
November 16, 2017  Manage climate risks or face much more hunger by 2050 -- U.N.
November 16, 2017  Keystone XL opponents make last-gasp effort in Nebraska
November 16, 2017  A Radioactive Cloud Wafts Over Europe, With Russia as Chief Suspect
November 16, 2017  Britain, Canada ally to boost support for global coal phase-out
November 15, 2017  You May Not Want to Eat Snow, Yellow or Not
November 15, 2017  Why Pollution May Increase Lightning Strikes
November 15, 2017  "Farmers of the Sea" Say Livelihood Dying from Midwest Ag Pollution
November 15, 2017  What Tesla's Big Rig Must Do to Seduce Truckers
November 14, 2017  World Commodity Prices to Rise says World Bank -- Coal and Oil will cost more!
November 14, 2017  The Cost of Pollution -- It's killing us -- literally!
November 14, 2017  Evaporation could offer new source of renewable energy
November 14, 2017  Thousands of scientists issue bleak 'second notice' to humanity
November 13, 2017  Are international pledges bold enough to stop global warming?
November 13, 2017  Canada's push to eliminate coal power takes on U.S. clean coal in Bonn
November 13, 2017  Let's stop debating climate change and start combating it
November 13, 2017  America's wildest place is open for business
November 09, 2017  The 'Horrifying' Consequence of Lead Poisoning
November 09, 2017  Mapping how to feed 9 billion humans, while avoiding environmental calamity
November 09, 2017  Behind the nuclear curtain: Fukushima explored six years on
November 09, 2017  Confronting the environmental cost of marijuana
November 08, 2017  Why the Post-Paris Climate Challenge Is Even Harder Than We Thought
November 08, 2017  Wind and Solar Power Advance, but Carbon Refuses to Retreat
November 08, 2017  The killer responsible for more yearly deaths than AIDS, malaria and TB combined
November 08, 2017  A big defeat for Big Oil on proposed Columbia River terminal
November 07, 2017  Forget rice, dish up Aztec pigweed to help feed the world
November 07, 2017  The Zombie Diseases of Climate Change
November 07, 2017  New Delhi pollution hits dangerous level, putting runners at risk
November 07, 2017  US government approves 'killer' mosquitoes to fight disease
November 06, 2017  Alaska's plan to pay for climate change: drill for more oil
November 06, 2017  Gas Stations Get Ready for the Electric Future
November 06, 2017  More than two dozen groups join call for fracking inquiry in B.C.
November 06, 2017  How India's battle with climate change could determine all of our fates
November 02, 2017  Forests can bring 1.5°C Paris target closer
November 02, 2017  Climate change 'will create world's biggest refugee crisis'
November 02, 2017  An Alaska Senator Wants to Fight Climate Change and Drill for Oil, Too
November 02, 2017  Now it's oilmen who say fracking could harm groundwater
November 01, 2017  A new wave of environmentally friendly pesticides will come from spider venom
November 01, 2017  Where Do 50 Million Tons a Year of Toxic E-Waste Go?
November 01, 2017  There's a Shady Puerto Rico Contract You didn't Hear About
November 01, 2017  Sea Change
October 31, 2017  Prepare for a world 3°C warmer in 80 years
October 31, 2017  Plastic bottles, toothbrushes, chip bags make up huge floating garbage site in Caribbean
October 31, 2017  Trump's Gang of Climate Deniers Has Grown Into an Army
October 31, 2017  Climate Change Is Bad for Your Health
October 30, 2017  In bizarre twist, coal may become a scarce commodity
October 30, 2017  Russia Uses Its Oil Giant, Rosneft, as a Foreign Policy Tool
October 30, 2017  No salmon return to Canadian river, bringing New England fears
October 30, 2017  Glyphosate exposure trends demand a public health driven response
October 26, 2017  The oceans were colder than we thought
October 26, 2017  Among 'green' energy, hydropower is the most dangerous
October 26, 2017  China shut down up to 40% of its factories in an unprecedented stand against pollution.
October 26, 2017  Monsanto Attacks Scientists After Studies Show Trouble For Its New Weedkiller
October 25, 2017  Global economy improving, but more needed to ensure sustainable growth
October 25, 2017  Rising Seas Are Flooding Virginia's Naval Base
October 25, 2017  Some Puerto Rico Schools Reopen, Making Do Without Power
October 25, 2017  Tesla reportedly reaches agreement to build car factory in Shanghai
October 23, 2017  Climate warms the Earth, not chance
October 23, 2017  Carbon Pricing and Climate Change
October 23, 2017  Pollution responsible for 16 percent of early deaths globally
October 23, 2017  How a 9.0 Cascadia earthquake could play out
October 19, 2017  Fiji to sell world's first climate-change 'green' bonds
October 19, 2017  'If it's going to kill us, OK, we'll die'
October 19, 2017  World's deepest lake undergoing crisis
October 19, 2017  Warning of 'ecological Armageddon' after dramatic plunge in insect numbers
October 18, 2017  A Small Firm in Germany Has Big Ambitions in Green Energy
October 18, 2017  Republican Tactic Aims to Open Eastern Gulf, Arctic to Oil Rigs
October 18, 2017  Munduruku standoff against Amazon dam builders potentially explosive
October 18, 2017  The U.K. Just Installed Its First "Seabin" to Clean Plastic-Polluted Waters
October 17, 2017  Return of 'ocean chimney' the size of Tasmania puzzles Antarctic scientists
October 17, 2017  Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Portraying Environmental Activism as Illegal Racket
October 17, 2017  Our cities need fewer cars, not cleaner cars
October 17, 2017  Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill May Be Largest Since 2010 BP Disaster
October 16, 2017  David Attenborough urges action on plastics after filming Blue Planet II
October 16, 2017  China is winning the future. Here's how.
October 16, 2017  Why we must talk about population
October 16, 2017  Courts Thwart Administration's Effort to Rescind Obama-Era Environmental Regulations
October 12, 2017  Oil giant Chevron needs no costs protection from 'poor' Ecuadorians, court told
October 12, 2017  Record Amazon fires stun scientists; sign of sick, degraded forests
October 12, 2017  How the United States plans to trap its biggest stash of nuclear-weapons waste in glass
October 12, 2017  Weed killer for breakfast.
October 03, 2017  When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, 'everything collapsed simultaneously'
October 03, 2017  Trump Has a Plan to Save Coal and Hobble Clean Energy
October 03, 2017  General Electric Motors is Going All Electric
October 03, 2017  Canada review of Trans Mountain pipeline flawed, lawyers argue
October 02, 2017  Egypt's Nile River in jeopardy from dam in Ethiopia.
October 02, 2017  Coca-Cola increased its production of plastic bottles by a billion last year, says Greenpeace
October 02, 2017  Macron takes risky bet with tough talk on weedkiller
October 02, 2017  National park ban saved 2m plastic bottles -- and still Trump reversed it
September 28, 2017  India taps solar, storage to ensure all homes have power in 2018.
September 28, 2017  How diamonds and a bitter feud led to the destruction of an Amazon reserve.
September 28, 2017  Drowning in grain: How Big Ag sowed seeds of a profit-slashing glut
September 28, 2017  The Codfather gets 46 months in prison
September 27, 2017  David Suzuki: Australia's 'sickening' threat to marine reserves undermines global protection
September 27, 2017  Puerto Ricans still waiting for aid a week after Maria's devastation
September 27, 2017  Ireland Tops U.S. as the Country Best Able to Feed Its People
September 27, 2017  How a Dam Building Boom Is Transforming the Brazilian Amazon
September 26, 2017  Brazil scraps bid to mine Amazon natural reserve
September 26, 2017  In Battered Puerto Rico, Governor Warns of a Humanitarian Crisis
September 26, 2017  Sixth mass extinction of wildlife also threatens global food supplies
September 26, 2017  The Post-Antibiotic Era is Here, Now What?
September 25, 2017  Without the Ozone Treaty You'd Get Sunburned in 5 Minutes
September 25, 2017  A Battle to Save the World's Favorite Treat: Chocolate
September 25, 2017  How did that get there? Plastic chunks on Arctic ice show how far pollution has spread
September 25, 2017  Silent killer: Sweltering planet braces for deadly heat shocks
September 21, 2017  Theresa May speaks out against Trump climate change stance at UN
September 21, 2017  San Francisco, Oakland Sue Oil Giants Over Climate Change
September 21, 2017  The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO says
September 21, 2017  Trump hires campaign workers instead of farm experts at USDA
September 20, 2017  10 Giant Companies Commit to Electric Vehicles, Sending Auto Industry a Message
September 20, 2017  Japanese people live longer than the rest of us -- so what's their secret?
September 20, 2017  There Could Soon Be A Cure for Flesh-Eating Bacteria That Almost Killer A Man in Texas
September 20, 2017  Pollution kills one person in Medellin, Colombia, every 3 hours
September 19, 2017  Quiet energy revolution underway in Japan as dozens of towns go off the grid
September 19, 2017  Polluters must pick up tab for damage to planet
September 19, 2017  Bill and Melinda Gates Grade the World's Health
September 19, 2017  Activists vow not to give up fight against evictions as India's biggest dam opened
September 18, 2017  Irma's damage a reminder of Florida economy's vulnerability
September 18, 2017  Rex Tillerson Says U.S. Could Stay In Paris Climate Accord
September 18, 2017  World Hunger on the Rise Again
September 18, 2017  In a Stunning Turnaround, Britain Moves to End the Burning of Coal
September 14, 2017  Curiosity saves the cat: Tourism helps reinvent the jaguar
September 14, 2017  Why Worry About Ticks? This One Almost Killed Me
September 14, 2017  Canada's threatened species declining despite federal protection.
September 14, 2017  Asia's glaciers to shrink by a third by 2100, threatening water supply of millions
September 13, 2017  German Carmakers Push for Electrics While Clinging to Diesel
September 13, 2017  Amazonian locals key to saving 'lungs of the planet' says study
September 13, 2017  Alert: Nature, on the Verge of Bankruptcy
September 13, 2017  The great nutrient collapse
September 12, 2017  VW to Build Electric Versions of All 300 Models by 2030
September 12, 2017  What Could We Lose if a NASA Mission Goes Dark?
September 12, 2017  Airline staff fume over toxic air on planes
September 12, 2017  Sea change of heart for the Secretary?
September 11, 2017  North Sea warming twice as fast as world's oceans
September 11, 2017  Pope blasts climate change doubters: cites moral duty to act
September 11, 2017  What Lies Beneath
September 11, 2017  This is how your world could end
September 07, 2017  Eight low-lying Pacific islands swallowed whole by rising seas
September 07, 2017  Twin megastorms have scientists fearing this may be the new normal
September 07, 2017  Melting permafrost in the Arctic is unlocking diseases and warping the landscape
September 07, 2017  Deadly Fish Virus May Take Pacific Salmon Off the Menu
September 06, 2017  Carbon Pricing Alone Can't Meet Canada's GHG Emission Reduction Targets
September 06, 2017  France plans to end oil and gas production by 2040
September 06, 2017  Hurricane Irma slams Caribbean islands as Category 5 storm
September 06, 2017  Thousands hit by malaria, dengue as South Asia's worst floods in a decade recede
September 06, 2017  Plastic fibres found in tap water around the world, study reveals
September 05, 2017  Trump's Nominee To Be USDA's Chief Scientist Is Not A Scientist
September 05, 2017  Catastrophic Hurricane Irma --- now a Cat 5 --- is on a collision course with Florida
September 05, 2017  Here's how corn makes America go round.
September 05, 2017  Carl Icahn's Failed Raid on Washington
August 31, 2017  Volcanic eruptions triggered global warming 56m years ago, study reveals
August 31, 2017  Katrina. Sandy. Harvey. The debate over climate and hurricanes is getting louder and louder.
August 31, 2017  Brazilian court blocks abolition of vast Amazon reserve
August 31, 2017  Canadian Town, Isolated After Losing Rail Link, 'Feels Held Hostage'
August 30, 2017  Protecting Africa's Drylands Key to the Continent's Future
August 30, 2017  Arctic sea ice outlook at worst point in 125,000 years
August 30, 2017  Ancient trees reveal relationship between climate change, wildfires
August 30, 2017  Canadian oil pipeline protesters launch new battle from the water
August 29, 2017  Brazil to redo Amazon mining decree after criticism
August 29, 2017  Hong Kong tech startup plans up to $150 million token sale for environmental credit market.
August 29, 2017  Hurricane Harvey: Why Is It So Extreme?
August 29, 2017  Sea Shepherd says it will abandon pursuit of Japanese whalers
August 28, 2017  A New Way to Fight Heart Disease May Also Tackle Cancer
August 28, 2017  Kenya imposes world's toughest law against plastic bags
August 28, 2017  China Plants Billions of Trees in the Desert
August 28, 2017  Alaska's permafrost Is thawing.
August 23, 2017  Scientists Hope To Farm The Biofuel Of The Future In The Pacific Ocean
August 23, 2017  Solar panel capacity to overtake nuclear energy next year in historic landmark
August 23, 2017  Harvard scientists took Exxon's challenge; found it using the tobacco playbook
August 23, 2017  These Infections Are Likely to Get Worse as the Climate Changes
August 22, 2017  Will the U.S. ever build another big coal plant?
August 22, 2017  Sailing to the Pacific Ocean's Trash Vortex
August 22, 2017  UK condemned over 'shocking' export of deadly weedkiller to poorer countries
August 22, 2017  An end to secondhand smoke: Can Southeast Asia finally breathe a sigh of relief?
August 17, 2017  After electric cars, what more will it take for batteries to change the face of energy?
August 17, 2017  Miami, battling sea level rise, turns to voters to pay for new infrastructure.
August 17, 2017  Beer Is the Greenest Beverage
August 17, 2017  Inside the oil spill that followed Trudeau to China.
August 16, 2017  Cause of Atlantic coastline's sea level rise hot spots now revealed
August 16, 2017  Can We Feed The World With Farmed Fish?
August 16, 2017  Nature under attack in Brazil
August 16, 2017  Why fish can't help but eat our plastic garbage
August 15, 2017  Where is everybody? The implications of cosmic silence
August 15, 2017  Can Some Nebraska Farmers Kill the Keystone XL Pipeline?
August 15, 2017  China is about to have the world's biggest carbon market
August 15, 2017  Three Billion People Cook Over Open Fires - With Deadly Consequences
August 14, 2017  Scientists discover 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheet
August 14, 2017  Coal Plants Might Be Even More Toxic Than We Thought
August 14, 2017  The reality of post-Olympic Rio.
August 14, 2017  Scott Pruitt Is Carrying Out His E.P.A. Agenda in Secret, Critics Say
August 10, 2017  The Global War on Smoking Is Really Heating Up
August 10, 2017  India's new coastal law threatens Mumbai's ancient fishing villages
August 10, 2017  Modern Life Means Less Gut Bacteria, More Chronic Disease
August 10, 2017  Pipeline fight returns to where it started: Water
August 03, 2017  Tesla Finishes First Solar Roofs---Including Elon's House
August 03, 2017  Is it fair to blame Coca-Cola and big corporations for our waste crisis?
August 03, 2017  Climate change to cause humid heatwaves that will kill even healthy people
August 03, 2017  New treatment takes controversial chemical out of water.
August 02, 2017  Bees Are Bouncing Back From Colony Collapse Disorder
August 02, 2017  The Killing Fields
August 02, 2017  Canada's long-awaited 'world-class' Arctic research station is nearly complete
August 02, 2017  Heading to Venice? Don't forget your pollution mask
August 01, 2017  Ivory Coast seizes record haul of pangolin scales
August 01, 2017  How India and China Have Come to the Brink Over a Remote Mountain Pass
August 01, 2017  No more fish? We'll farm seaweed instead
August 01, 2017  Plastic garbage patch bigger than Mexico found in Pacific.
July 20, 2017  Swimming robot probes Fukushima reactor to find melted fuel
July 20, 2017  Trump's Honeymoon With China Comes to an End
July 20, 2017  Indian Poultry Farms Are Breeding Drug-Resistant Superbugs
July 20, 2017  World's Plastic Waste Could Bury Manhattan 2 Miles Deep
July 19, 2017  Money runs short for nuclear energy's survival
July 19, 2017  Diet drinks are associated with weight gain, new research suggests
July 19, 2017  China says it won't take any more foreign garbage
July 19, 2017  Court tosses petition to force U.S. to ban pesticide
July 18, 2017  Solar Plants Aim to Keep Lights on at Night
July 18, 2017  Resurrecting Ancient Wines That Can Survive Climate Change
July 18, 2017  Dengue kills 21 in Indian tourist hotspot, crisis looms
July 18, 2017  After Decades of War, Colombian Farmers Face a New Test: Peace
July 17, 2017  Sweden blazes trail to electric cars
July 17, 2017  Saudis Seek Bids for First Utility-Scale Plant for Wind Power
July 17, 2017  4 Bacteria Capable Of Reversing Climate Change By Eating Pollution
July 17, 2017  Inside Philip Morris campaign to subvert the global anti-smoking treaty
July 13, 2017  'Catastrophic collapse' of West Antarctic ice sheet could raise global sea levels by three meters, warns scientist
July 13, 2017  Climate Change Dilemma for Coastal America: How Much Flooding Is Too Much?
July 13, 2017  Could house dust make us fat?
July 13, 2017  Sewage Rehab
July 12, 2017  In about-face, Perry calls threat to U.S. reactors 'real'
July 12, 2017  You don't need a scientist to know what's causing the sixth mass extinction.
July 12, 2017  Tesla loses $12 billion in market value as Model 3 leaves assembly line
July 12, 2017  All fossil-fuel vehicles will vanish in 8 years
July 11, 2017  To Save the Planet, Eat More Bugs?
July 11, 2017  It's a mistake to focus just on animal extinctions.
July 11, 2017  25 Fossil Fuel Producers Responsible for Half Global Emissions in Past 3 Decades
July 11, 2017  25 Fossil Fuel Producers Responsible for Half Global Emissions in Past 3 Decades
July 11, 2017  Dying "Mother Ganga": India's holy river succumbs to pollution
July 06, 2017  A trillion-ton iceberg the size of Delaware is about to break off Antarctica
July 06, 2017  G20 draft text fuses U.S. climate isolation with deal on innovation
July 06, 2017  Volvo, Betting on Electric, Moves to Phase Out Conventional Engines
July 06, 2017  Third of seabirds found dead on NZ and Australian shores had eaten plastic
July 05, 2017  Climate change causes killer heatwaves
July 05, 2017  Solar power can save lives and money
July 05, 2017  The California Drought Isn't Over, It Just Went Underground
July 05, 2017  Which is the world's most biodiverse city?
July 04, 2017  Stephen Hawking says Donald Trump could turn Earth into planet like Venus with 250C
July 04, 2017  Russia begins cleaning up the Soviets' top-secret nuclear waste dump
July 04, 2017  As anti-G20 protests begin, Merkel says growth must be inclusive
July 04, 2017  Amazon's billion dollar gold rush leaves trail of toxins
July 04, 2017  Are printable solar panels the future of solar power?
June 29, 2017  Chinese Province Larger Than Texas Just Ran For An Entire Week On Only Renewable Energy
June 28, 2017  China's informal army of recyclers keep plastic bottles out of landfill
June 28, 2017  'It's so bad for the environment, and it's our future'
June 28, 2017  Plague Is Found in New Mexico. Again.
June 28, 2017  Transgenic Fish are Ready for US Markets, are we ready for them?
June 27, 2017  To Save Chilean Wine, Producers Head South
June 27, 2017  Sea level rise is accelerating due to Greenland ice melt.
June 27, 2017  'It's up to us': why business needs to take a stand on palm oil
June 27, 2017  California to list herbicide as cancer-causing; Monsanto vows fight
June 26, 2017  The truth teller.
June 26, 2017  Sea of sarin: North Korea's chemical deterrent
June 26, 2017  Xi Jinping Is Set for a Big Gamble With China's Carbon Trading Market
June 26, 2017  The Green Revolution Is 'Unstoppable'.
June 22, 2017  Russia to build controversial artificial islands in arctic for gas industry
June 22, 2017  First-of-Its-Kind Clean Coal Plant May Not Burn Coal at All
June 22, 2017  The UK wants to lead world in driverless and electric vehicles.
June 22, 2017  NZ Govt plans to burn millions of waste tyres every year
June 21, 2017  Norway's Statkraft to make biofuel from wood chips and other waste
June 21, 2017  Brazil's president announces plan to protect forest -- after plea from Gisele.
June 21, 2017  Exxon, BP and Shell back carbon tax proposal to curb emissions
June 21, 2017  U.S. Courts Aren't Interested in Chevron's Pollution Case, But Other Nations May Be
June 20, 2017  This river kills thousands of wildebeests --- then gives life to everything else.
June 20, 2017  U.S. top court hands Chevron victory in Ecuador pollution case
June 20, 2017  Deadly Heat Waves Could Endanger 74% of Mankind by 2100, Study Says
June 20, 2017  Why the World's Rivers Are Losing Sediment and Why It Matters
June 19, 2017  How Al Gore keeps his cool over climate change.
June 19, 2017  Why you need to know about mice, ticks, warm temperatures and Lyme disease
June 19, 2017  A near-disaster at a federal nuclear weapons laboratory takes a hidden toll on America's arsenal
June 19, 2017  More Doctors Are Warning Patients to Eat Less Meat
June 15, 2017  'If we stopped poaching tomorrow, elephants would still be in big trouble'
June 15, 2017  Does Having Kids Make Mothers Age Faster?
June 15, 2017  Diesel was supposed to be the future.
June 15, 2017  UN Announces 23 New Nature Reserves While United States Removes 17
June 14, 2017  Canadian oil hike puts Trudeau climate action in doubt
June 14, 2017  Apple issues $1 billion green bond after Trump's Paris climate exit
June 14, 2017  Hong Kong wastes away as rival Asian cities clean up
June 14, 2017  Multi-million dollar upgrade planned to secure 'failsafe' Arctic seed vault
June 13, 2017  Justin Trudeau deploys the politics of hype. Jeremy Corbyn offers politics of hope
June 13, 2017  The Electric, Driverless Revolution Is About to Hit the High Seas
June 13, 2017  A group of Canadian teachers could decide the future of Chile's water supply
June 13, 2017  The Whole World Is Getting Fatter, Study Finds
June 12, 2017  When Women Have Land Rights, the Tide Begins to Turn
June 12, 2017  Billionaire Investor George Soros Sees Economic Trouble Ahead
June 12, 2017  Air pollution more harmful to children in cars than outside, warns top scientist
June 12, 2017  Intact mangroves worth twice as much as rice paddies
June 08, 2017  Rare US floods to become the norm if emissions aren't cut, study warns
June 08, 2017  In Search of the Lost
June 08, 2017  Drought-hit Cape Town braces for gales, flash floods, mudslides
June 08, 2017  The circular economy enters the world stage, with Finland leading the way
June 06, 2017  Renewable Energy Employs 9.8 million People Worldwide
June 06, 2017  Marijuana producer details source of banned pesticide problem
June 06, 2017  Report card finds Canada needs improvement on climate action
June 06, 2017  Are Pets the New Probiotic?
June 05, 2017  South Korea plans energy U-turn away from coal, nuclear
June 05, 2017  'Pink Slime' case against ABC a challenge to press in era of 'fake news.'
June 05, 2017  Is deep sea mining vital for a greener future -- even if it destroys ecosystems?
June 05, 2017  Plastics are poisoning us. We need change, now.
June 01, 2017  A huge crack across one of Antarctica's largest ice shelves is nearing its breaking point
June 01, 2017  Trees talk to each other, have sex and look after their young
June 01, 2017  20 million starving to death: inside the worst famine since World War II
June 01, 2017  The Womb Is No Protection From Toxic Chemicals
May 31, 2017  Environmentalists urge Brazil's president not to rollback Amazon protection
May 31, 2017  Here's what could go wrong for oil if OPEC is wrong about its future.
May 31, 2017  Lyme Isn't the Only Disease Ticks Are Spreading This Summer
May 31, 2017  'Energy, finance and the end of growth.'
May 30, 2017  Wild Amazon faces destruction as Brazil's farmers and loggers target national park
May 30, 2017  The World is Running out of Sand
May 30, 2017  Food Shortages At The Heart Of Venezuelan Economic And Political Crisis
May 30, 2017  A Warming Planet Jolts the Iconic Creatures of the Galápagos
May 25, 2017  Nuclear weapons flourish while 'crazy' climate spending ends
May 25, 2017  Mexico urges wealthy nations to help poorer states cut disaster risk
May 25, 2017  Where Nestlé Guzzles Water, Michigan Neighbors Take Exception
May 24, 2017  How Do You Save the Statue of Liberty From Drowning?
May 24, 2017  Old Coal Mines Have a Place in the Future of Clean Energy
May 24, 2017  Too fast, too soon: how China's growth led to the Tianjin disaster
May 24, 2017  Just one alcoholic drink a day increases risk of breast cancer, study says
May 23, 2017  Scientists skeptical over quick fix to ocean plastics problem
May 23, 2017  Farming the World: China's Epic Race to Avoid a Food Crisis
May 23, 2017  The economics of 7.5 billion people on one planet
May 23, 2017  G20 health ministers agree to tackle antibiotics resistance
May 09, 2017  Wild Weather and Climate Change: Scientists Are Unraveling the Links
May 09, 2017  Where Street Vendors Run Pharmacies Out of Buckets
May 09, 2017  Amazon's Indians and rainforest under attack
May 09, 2017  As US, EU step back, climate talks could signal geopolitical shift
April 20, 2017  Last stand: Nebraska farmers could derail Keystone XL pipeline
April 20, 2017  Terrorists could wipe out 30 million people by weaponising a disease such as smallpox
April 20, 2017  As China Pushes Waste-to-Energy Incinerators, Protests Are Mounting
April 20, 2017  Trillions of Plastic Bits, Swept Up by Current, Are Littering Arctic Waters
April 19, 2017  Climate Activists Plot How to Turn Anti-Trump Rage Into Anti-Trump Votes
April 19, 2017  Justin Trudeau finally got something wrong, and it took a climate activist to call him out.
April 19, 2017  A resurgence of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon.
April 19, 2017  When Rising Seas Transform Risk Into Certainty
April 18, 2017  Trump advisers to meet Tuesday to discuss Paris climate agreement
April 18, 2017  Receding glacier causes immense Canadian river to vanish in four days
April 18, 2017  Battle over landmark law already raging out of public eye
April 18, 2017  The great dairy trade war that will test President Trump
April 17, 2017  More coal is rolling out of the pro-Trump Western Slope, but is it adding up to any jobs?
April 17, 2017  'Like a slow death': families fear pesticide poisoning after Trump reverses ban
April 17, 2017  Exodus From Canada's Oil Sands Continues as Energy Giants Shed Assets
April 17, 2017  China Plans to Build New City to Deal With Overpopulation
April 12, 2017  Trump's climate demands roil U.S. allies
April 12, 2017  Loss of coral reefs caused by rising sea temperatures could cost $1 trillion globally.
April 12, 2017  20 million people are at risk of starving to death. Here's how it got so bad.
April 12, 2017  The March for Science is Getting Organized
April 10, 2017  Lifting Fukushima evacuation orders
April 10, 2017  Vital groundwater depleted faster than ever
April 10, 2017  Vaccines and the Trump Administration
April 10, 2017  At Trump's EPA, Less Science and More Industry
April 06, 2017  Donald Trump's First 100 Days in Office Have Been a Disaster.
April 06, 2017  Just How Much Is a Medical Miracle Worth?
April 06, 2017  EU Utilities Vow End to Coal After 2020, as Trump Promises Revival
April 06, 2017  Drought in Kenya brings a surprise: More girls in school
April 05, 2017  Angkor Wat's Collapse From Climate Change Has Lessons for Today
April 05, 2017  U.S. coal companies ask Trump to stick with Paris climate deal
April 05, 2017  Carbon Footprint of Canada's Oil Sands Is Larger Than Thought
April 05, 2017  Dell, unlikely protector of the oceans
April 04, 2017  Trump pledged to undo Obama's work: How successful has he been?
April 04, 2017  Made in America: Trump embracing offshore wind?
April 04, 2017  Air pollution might be invisible -- but it can strip the skin from your face.
April 04, 2017  This Small Island Nation Makes a Big Case For Protecting Our Oceans
April 03, 2017  How Fast Food Cornered the Urban Market
April 03, 2017  Business is booming in nuclear doomsday bunkers, thanks to Trump.
April 03, 2017  This is China's strongest statement yet on climate action
April 03, 2017  Jane Goodall Wants You To Stand Up To Those Who Belittle Science
March 31, 2017  President Trump Issues Executive Order on Climate Change
March 30, 2017  Carbon Taxes Can Cut Emissions and Grow the Economy
March 30, 2017  Humans may learn to survive climate change
March 30, 2017  China, EU reaffirm climate pledges after Trump backs away
March 30, 2017  Late-night TV roasts Trump on climate: he 'surrendered Florida to the ocean'
March 29, 2017  Trump's reversal of Obama climate-change policies could actually hurt oil & gas companies
March 29, 2017  Japan court rules in favor of restart of Kansai Elec's Takahama reactors
March 29, 2017  Canada's Climate Change Policies Keep Its Paris Commitments Out of Reach
March 29, 2017  The dark legacy of China's drive for global resources.
March 29, 2017  Trump has launched a blitzkrieg in the wars on science and Earth's climate
March 28, 2017  Cook Inlet: Oil Platforms Powered by Leaking Alaska Pipeline Forced to Shut Down
March 28, 2017  Hit by drought and debt, Indian farmers protest with human skulls and rats
March 28, 2017  A nuclear ghost town in Japan welcomes back residents this week
March 28, 2017  Trump Takes Aim At A Centerpiece Of Obama's Environmental Legacy
March 27, 2017  Tesla Will Take Orders for Its Solar Roof in April
March 27, 2017  Water Grabbing --- Nasty Business
March 27, 2017  Somaliland drought "a kind of nightmare" -- and a security threat
March 27, 2017  World reaching turning point on carbon emissions as coal fades
March 25, 2017  EU declared Monsanto weedkiller safe after intervention from controversial US official
March 23, 2017  Will China's children solve its crippling water shortage problem?
March 23, 2017  Indonesia finds extensive reef damage after cruise ship runs aground
March 23, 2017  Arctic ice falls to record winter low after polar 'heatwaves'
March 23, 2017  Aid Officials Beg Congress to Help Yemen, While Trump Sends More Bombs
March 22, 2017  Chinese supermarkets pull Brazil meat from shelves as food safety fears grow
March 22, 2017  Oil theft 'provides billions for terrorists and drug cartels'
March 22, 2017  Climate Change is on Pace to Kill an Ice Age Remnant
March 22, 2017  Record-breaking climate change pushes world into 'uncharted territory'
March 21, 2017  Republican green groups seek to temper Trump on climate change
March 21, 2017  Trump Repeal of Climate Rules Means U.S. Paris Target Now Out of Reach
March 21, 2017  India gives Ganges, Yamuna rivers same rights as a human
March 21, 2017  Malawi deploys military to protect its fast-dwindling forests
March 20, 2017  Elon Musk, meet Port Augusta: four renewable energy projects ready to go
March 20, 2017  The climate change battle dividing Trump's America
March 20, 2017  Japan court rules government liable over Fukushima
March 20, 2017  Tensions rising as Chinese no longer willing to hold their breath on pollution problems
March 16, 2017  As Trump eyes reprieve for gas guzzlers, Canada looks to China
March 16, 2017  Our Cataclysmic Planet
March 16, 2017  Delhi's Residents Choke On The Air They Breath as pollution Levels Reach All-time Highs
March 16, 2017  Trump takes steps toward undoing Obama's auto emissions limits
March 15, 2017  Cities Shop for $10 Billion of Electric Cars to Defy Trump
March 15, 2017  Trump's Defense Secretary Cites Climate Change as National Security Challenge
March 15, 2017  Pesticide-laden medical marijuana spurs third Canadian lawsuit
March 15, 2017  Research for drought-resistant crops gets boost as U.S. joins seeds treaty
March 14, 2017  Tillerson Used 'Alias' Email for Climate Messages, Schneiderman Says
March 14, 2017  Amazon jungle faces death spiral of drought and deforestation, warn scientists
March 14, 2017  Scientists are conspicuously missing from Trump's government
March 14, 2017  The west's throwaway culture has spread waste worldwide
March 13, 2017  Diesel emissions: the clues were there
March 13, 2017  Scientists race to prevent wipeout of world's coral reefs
March 13, 2017  Trump's Order May Foul U.S. Drinking Water Supply
March 13, 2017  Chief Environmental Justice Official at EPA Resigns
March 09, 2017  Trump adviser Icahn accused of breaching lobbying rules
March 09, 2017  This biodegradable paper donut could let us reforest the planet.
March 09, 2017  De-extinction probably isn't worth it
March 09, 2017  Dying robots and failing hope: Fukushima clean-up falters six years after tsunami
March 08, 2017  'Parched' Chinese city plans to pump water from Russian lake via 1,000km pipeline
March 08, 2017  Trump urged not to play 'Russian roulette' with Great Lakes
March 08, 2017  Six years after Fukushima nuclear disaster, residents trickle back to deserted towns
March 08, 2017  Hungry Somali families face agonizing choice: which child to feed
March 07, 2017  Arctic sea ice may vanish even if world achieves climate goal
March 07, 2017  Saudi Aramco's Green Energy Push Seen Widening Appeal of IPO
March 07, 2017  The White House was on the same page as ExxonMobil on Monday. Literally.
March 07, 2017  Medical marijuana companies face proposed class-action suits over pesticide use
March 06, 2017  Can we hit the snooze button on aging?
March 06, 2017  Keystone pipeline won't use US steel despite Trump pledge
March 06, 2017  White House proposes steep budget cut to leading climate science agency
March 06, 2017  How disappearing sea ice has put Arctic ecosystem under threat
March 02, 2017  Trump's green assault off to fast start
March 02, 2017  Antarctic ice has set an unexpected record, and scientists are struggling to figure out why
March 02, 2017  It's not just corals --- sharks and other big reef predators are also vanishing
March 02, 2017  China orders aluminum, steel cuts in war on smog
March 01, 2017  China's Carbon Emissions Falling, While Trump Points U.S. in Opposite Direction
March 01, 2017  Human cases of H7N9 bird flu are surging, officials say.
March 01, 2017  Find of the century
March 01, 2017  How to Steal a River
February 28, 2017  Antarctic Ice Lowest Ever -- Asia at High Risk -- Africa Drying Up
February 28, 2017  How will Alaskans talk climate change with the Trump administration?
February 28, 2017  6 Words That Could Go Extinct Because of Climate Change
February 28, 2017  Biologists say half of all species could be extinct by end of century
February 27, 2017  Wet winter has improved Colorado River basin's water forecast, but the drought endures
February 27, 2017  Farmer brings water to wild animals in drought-stricken Kenya
February 27, 2017  United Nations announces new global campaign to clear plastic from oceans
February 27, 2017  Aggressive cuts to Obama-era green rules to start soon
February 22, 2017  VW looks to east Germany in switch to electric cars
February 22, 2017  Mosquito Spit Vaccine Would Fight Malaria, Zika, West Nile, Too
February 22, 2017  Should we mine the deep ocean?
February 22, 2017  'Alarming' superbugs a risk to people, animals and food, EU warns
February 21, 2017  Saudis Kick Off $50 Billion Renewable Energy Plan to Cut Oil Use
February 21, 2017  No place is safe for Africa's hunted forest elephants
February 21, 2017  Pope says indigenous people must have final say about their land
February 21, 2017  Bill Gates warns tens of millions could be killed by bio-terrorism
February 20, 2017  When Their Food Ran Out, These Reindeer Kept Digging
February 20, 2017  US scientists fear America under Donald Trump will become like a totalitarian regime
February 20, 2017  China Suspends All Coal Imports From North Korea
February 20, 2017  Financial Backers of EPS, Scott Pruitt Have Faced Hundreds of Pollution Actions
February 16, 2017  New bird flu test in Hong Kong markets as human infections soar in mainland China
February 16, 2017  When Climate Change Starts Wars
February 16, 2017  A Downside of Gluten Free
February 16, 2017  The Wisdom of Garbage
February 15, 2017  From sea to plate: how plastic got into our fish
February 15, 2017  Scientists discover pollution 10,000 meters below the ocean's surface in the Mariana Trench
February 15, 2017  Asia's hunger for meat could stoke diseases if unregulated, warns U.N.
February 15, 2017  Welcome to Onitsha: the city with the world's worst air
February 13, 2017  Waste to Energy Goes Carbon Negative in Norway
February 10, 2017  Nearly half of US Adults Do Not Have Information on Recycling Available to them
February 10, 2017  Waste Incineration in Europe | Pyrolysis & Gasification Consulting Services
February 10, 2017  Great Repeal Bill to include environmental regs
February 10, 2017  Waste: boost recycling, cut landfilling and curb food waste, say MEPs
February 10, 2017  Recycling Crucial To Growing Economy in The UK
February 10, 2017  Masdar and Bee'ah Confirm 30MW Waste to Energy Project for Sharjah, UAE
February 10, 2017  CEWEP: Commission's Waste to Energy Communication a 'Mouse'
February 10, 2017  Delhi: Waste-to-energy plants face opposition from people in vicinity
February 10, 2017  Dubai building facility for waste-to-energy generation
February 10, 2017  District Energy Systems Improve Efficiency and Reduce Carbon Emissions
February 09, 2017  (WTE) Waste to Energy Market size over $33 Billion by 2023
February 09, 2017  Good Luck Killing the EPA
February 09, 2017  You're Scaring Off Valuable Minds, Scientists Tell Donald Trump
February 09, 2017  Controversial Dakota pipeline to go ahead after Army approval
February 09, 2017  California water: Return to sender.
February 02, 2017  Canadian scientists were followed, threatened and censored. They warn that Trump could do the same.
February 02, 2017  World's most endangered marine mammal down to 30 individuals
February 02, 2017  E-cigarette smoking linked to heart disease risk
February 02, 2017  Burgers Aren't the Only Fast-Food Products That Could Harm You
February 01, 2017  Renewables can't deliver Paris climate goals
February 01, 2017  The Dramatic Impact of Illegal Amber Mining in Ukraine's Wild West
February 01, 2017  Bigger land holdings key to preventing farmer suicides in India
February 01, 2017  Tepco spots possible nuclear fuel debris at Japan's Fukushima reactor
January 31, 2017  The West's largest coal plant may close.
January 31, 2017  It is now two and a half minutes to midnight
January 31, 2017  Trump sparks fears of war on science
January 30, 2017  Saudi Aramco Said to Weigh Up to $5 Billion of Renewable Deals
January 30, 2017  Tesla Gives the California Power Grid a Battery Boost
January 30, 2017  'You can't live in a museum': the battle for Greenland's uranium
January 30, 2017  Koch network could serve as potent resistance in Trump era
January 29, 2017  Whirlpool introduces at-home food waste recycler
January 26, 2017  Electric cars will not stem global demand for oil
January 26, 2017  Shampoo bottle made from ocean plastics hailed as 'technological breakthrough'
January 26, 2017  4 Key Impacts of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines
January 26, 2017  Are scientists going to march on Washington?
January 25, 2017  Elon Musk suggests that Donald Trump administration may be good for climate change
January 25, 2017  Trump administration tells EPA to cut climate page from website
January 25, 2017  How to boost rural incomes in Africa?
January 25, 2017  Trump sends an unmistakable signal on pipelines: Big oil is back
January 24, 2017  In six months, L.A. went from high and dry to wet and wild. Here's how it happened
January 24, 2017  Paris rolls out color-code stickers for cars to curb pollution
January 24, 2017  Prices soar, families use river water as Islamic State besieges Syrian city
January 24, 2017  Political Suppression of Science: Lessons from Canada
January 23, 2017  What can China do to counter Trump's move to axe US climate change efforts?
January 23, 2017  Big Oil May Finally Get to Drill in the Arctic, But Is It Worth It?
January 23, 2017  First days of Trump era signal America's deepening political divide
January 23, 2017  G20 farm ministers seek to protect precious water supplies
January 19, 2017  Ocean current sends out chilling warning
January 19, 2017  Global sea level could rise by as much as 8 feet by 2100
January 19, 2017  Earth Sets a Temperature Record for the Third Straight Year
January 19, 2017  Over half of world's wild primate species face extinction, report reveals
January 18, 2017  Thousands of Fukushima evacuees face hardship as subsidies to be slashed
January 18, 2017  China's war on coal continues --- the country just canceled 104 new coal plants
January 18, 2017  Interior Nominee Zinke Doubles Down on Coal
January 18, 2017  The twilight of Tokyo's legendary fish market
January 17, 2017  Saudi to launch $30-50 billion renewable energy program
January 17, 2017  China's booming middle class drives Asia's toxic e-waste mountains
January 17, 2017  Big businesses vow to tackle plastics problem
January 17, 2017  Beijing's smog: A tale of two cities
January 16, 2017  Trudeau's oil sands 'phase-out' comments spark anger in Alberta
January 16, 2017  'The last five years have not been great at Greenpeace'
January 16, 2017  Wyoming Bill Would All But Outlaw Clean Energy
January 16, 2017  Ecuador has begun drilling for oil in the world's richest rainforest
January 15, 2017  Report: Global Biogas Market to Reach $50 billion by 2026
January 12, 2017  China detains 720, imposes $21.8 million of fines in pollution crackdown
January 12, 2017  Extraordinary storms blitz West with 10-plus feet of snow, flooding rains
January 12, 2017  British Columbia approves Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion
January 12, 2017  Why Most Planets Will Either Be Lush or Dead
January 11, 2017  An Oil Crisis Is Looming; Welcome to Trump-Putin World
January 11, 2017  'Clean coal' project is a personal endeavour not linked to lobby groups
January 11, 2017  Texas $1 billion carbon project to curb emissions, up oil recovery
January 11, 2017  Thai floods cause 200-kilometer traffic tailback; death toll up to 25
January 11, 2017  Smoking costs the world economy $1 trillion per year
January 10, 2017  Russia considers banning sale of cigarettes to anyone born after 2015
January 10, 2017  From Antarctica to Iceland, Chinese Seek 'Lung-Cleansing' Trips
January 10, 2017  Peña Nieto Faces Unrest in Mexico as Gas Prices Climb and Trump Ascends
January 10, 2017  World chemical outlook 2017
January 09, 2017  China finally takes a step to stop the slaughter of elephants
January 09, 2017  Looks are deceiving in Chinese town that was US e-waste dumping site
January 09, 2017  The Congressional Attack on Science
January 09, 2017  EPA head's top regret: failing to connect with rural America
January 05, 2017  Exxon's $180 Million Deal With Trump's Pick for State
January 05, 2017  China to plow $361 billion into renewable fuel by 2020
January 05, 2017  Lawsuit in U.S. says Coca-Cola downplays risks of sugary drinks
January 05, 2017  Nomads no more: why Mongolian herders are moving to the city
January 04, 2017  Fossil fuel subsidies undermine carbon pricing in Canada
January 04, 2017  Investor waves goodbye to palm oil
January 04, 2017  Solar Could Beat Coal to Become the Cheapest Power on Earth
January 04, 2017  Company stands by plan to bury nuke waste near Lake Huron
January 03, 2017  Cap and trade today for a better tomorrow
January 03, 2017  China's war on smog sends shivers across commodities sector
January 03, 2017  Antibiotic resistance: The story that won't go away
December 22, 2016  2016: A year of transition from talk to action on climate change
December 22, 2016  Canada's Trudeau says Trump very supportive of Keystone XL pipeline
December 22, 2016  Lake Chad most neglected crisis in 2016 despite hunger on "epic scale"
December 22, 2016  Smog refugees flee Chinese cities as 'airpocalypse' blights half a billion
December 21, 2016  Earth's temperature to dip but still sizzle in 2017
December 21, 2016  North Pole to warm to near melting point this week
December 21, 2016  Battered By Climate Change, Nile Farmers Forge New Course
December 21, 2016  Fukushima's $70 Billion Cleanup Leaves Foreign Firms in Cold
December 20, 2016  Why China Is Dominating the Solar Industry
December 20, 2016  Coal Is Dying---Coal Country Doesn't Have To!
December 20, 2016  Many cities continue to choke as smog gets worse
December 20, 2016  Obama Said to Use 1953 Law to Restrict Offshore Drilling
December 19, 2016  Obama Sets Up Water Clash With Mining Rule Trump Opposes
December 19, 2016  Beware: Winter Is Coming
December 19, 2016  Highways shut, flights grounded as smog blankets China's Tianjin
December 19, 2016  Japan PM says TPP trade pact meaningless without U.S.
December 16, 2016  Global solid waste management market size was valued at more than USD 180 billion in 2015
December 15, 2016  The argument for implementing a carbon tax
December 15, 2016  How to make a profit from defeating climate change
December 15, 2016  Breathe less ... or ban cars: cities have radically different responses to pollution
December 15, 2016  Smokers chased in Beijing as China considers national law
December 14, 2016  Where You Live Determines What Kills You
December 14, 2016  The Arctic just received its annual report card, and it's not good
December 14, 2016  Rex Tillerson's view of climate change: It's just an 'engineering problem'
December 14, 2016  Climate change, meet your apocalyptic twin: oceans poisoned by plastic
December 13, 2016  Jane Fonda targets Trump over climate and inequality: 'A boy in the bully pulpit'
December 13, 2016  With Oil Sands Ambitions on a Collision Course With Climate Change, Exxon Still Stepping on the Gas
December 13, 2016  Fossil Fuel Divestments Now Represent $5.2 Trillion
December 13, 2016  China riot police seal off city centre after smog protesters put masks on statues
December 12, 2016  Canada agrees on national carbon price, but tensions remain
December 12, 2016  Bee's knees: a new $4m effort aims to stop the death spiral of honeybees
December 12, 2016  Canada's $7 Billion Dam Tests the Limits of State Power
December 12, 2016  Senators Balk at Tillerson Over Putin Before He's Nominated
December 08, 2016  Canada set to agree carbon price, marking climate split with Trump
December 08, 2016  Giraffes suffer 'silent extinction' in Africa
December 08, 2016  Will Viruses Save Us From Superbugs?
December 08, 2016  Trump names Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma attorney general suing EPA on climate change, to head the EPA
December 07, 2016  Toyota to expand hybrid system development to further cut emissions
December 07, 2016  This is not normal, people: Arctic and Antarctic hit record low sea ice
December 07, 2016  More terrifying than Trump? The booming conspiracy culture of climate science denial
December 07, 2016  Environment group takes De Beers Canada to court over mercury
December 06, 2016  Risk of oil tanker spill is 'close to zero,' experts say
December 06, 2016  China sets 2020 target for clean air in big cities
December 06, 2016  Rare Superbug Gene Discovered on U.S. Pig Farm
December 06, 2016  Radiation in fish off Fukushima tests below detectable level
December 05, 2016  Trump brings Koch network's anti-green-energy stance from the fringe to the center of power
December 05, 2016  Destruction of the Amazon is speeding up
December 05, 2016  How Big Banks Are Putting Rain Forests in Peril
December 05, 2016  Burning less coal isn't just making air cleaner. It's making your tuna safer.
December 01, 2016  China hikes tax on 'super cars' amid luxury crackdown
December 01, 2016  He created a beloved blog about the melting Arctic. But it got harder and harder to write
December 01, 2016  Deforestation Of The Amazon Up 29 Percent From Last Year
December 01, 2016  China could further ease childbirth curbs
November 30, 2016  Automakers fund European electric car charging sites to boost demand
November 30, 2016  Study says New Orleans will see one of the highest levels of sea level rise in the world
November 30, 2016  Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine
November 30, 2016  For Trudeau and Trans Mountain, it's all over but the shouting
November 29, 2016  Canada to allow Saskatchewan to keep burning coal for power
November 29, 2016  South Pacific island ditches fossil fuels to run entirely on solar power
November 29, 2016  Pope urges world leaders not to hobble climate change pact
November 29, 2016  A Wrenching Choice for Alaska Towns in the Path of Climate Change
November 28, 2016  Canada plans new fuel rules, aims 30-megatonne emissions cut by 2030
November 28, 2016  China risks wasting $490 bn on coal plants
November 28, 2016  The Lasting Legacy of a Fighter for the Amazon
November 28, 2016  When oil is no longer in demand
November 24, 2016  Toyota to start mass production of electric cars as restrictions loom
November 24, 2016  Trump to scrap Nasa climate research in crackdown on 'politicized science'
November 24, 2016  Here are 9 Obama Environmental Regulations in Trump's Crosshairs
November 24, 2016  Two Children, One Rich, One Poor, Gasping for Air in Delhi's Smog
November 23, 2016  Trump's coal delusions.
November 23, 2016  Donald Trump's first staff picks all deny the threat of climate change
November 23, 2016  China to burn, not bury, as it tackles trash challenge
November 23, 2016  King Tide flooding brings octopus into Miami Beach parking garage.
November 16, 2016  World could face oil shortage by end of decade, says IEA
November 03, 2016  The disturbing climate implications of this sailboat's Arctic voyage.
November 03, 2016  50 years later, vaccines have eliminated some diseases
November 03, 2016  The world is racing to stop climate change. But the math still doesn't add up
November 03, 2016  China's top polluter Hebei to adjust mills' production in winter
November 02, 2016  Record breaking growth forecast for renewable energy
November 02, 2016  Arctic warming gives US and Europe the chills
November 02, 2016  Norway is green -- but not green enough, say students
November 02, 2016  Rio's famous beaches take battering as scientists issue climate change warning
November 01, 2016  China criticizes Trump plan to exit climate change pact.
November 01, 2016  US approves 2 types of genetically engineered potatoes
November 01, 2016  Climate Change Is Already Forcing Americans to Move
November 01, 2016  Hollywood takes on climate change
October 31, 2016  Tajikistan starts building world's tallest dam for hydro plant
October 31, 2016  OPEC meets non-OPEC nations for oil talks, Russia still on board.
October 31, 2016  As Earth Warms, the Diseases That May Lie within Permafrost Become a Bigger Worry
October 31, 2016  Doubts About the Promised Bounty of Genetically Modified Crops
October 27, 2016  Clinton, Trump energy advisers spar on Paris, coal and cows
October 27, 2016  China's hydropower plans in Tibet won't impact downstream water supply
October 27, 2016  These Common Chemicals Are Linked to Type-2 Diabetes
October 27, 2016  How fossil fuel use threatens kids' health
October 26, 2016  Fukushima nuclear clean-up may rise to several billion dollars a year: government
October 26, 2016  A world without waste: the rise of urban mining
October 26, 2016  Murder of Brazil official marks new low in war on Amazon environmentalists
October 26, 2016  More coal plants will deepen - not cut - poverty, researchers warn
October 24, 2016  Carbon Dioxide Passed Critical Threshold in 2015
October 24, 2016  Blowing up boats sets Indonesia's scarce fish swimming again
October 24, 2016  What caused the Black Death and could it strike again?
October 20, 2016  China's uncannily stable growth versus the price of reform
October 20, 2016  Alaska Communities Wary of Upstream Canadian Mine Projects
October 20, 2016  Hundreds of animal species 'being consumed to extinction'
October 20, 2016  In Push for G.M.O.s, China Battles Fears of 8-Legged Chickens
October 19, 2016  Beef Companies Failing in Effort to Slow Amazon Deforestation
October 19, 2016  After Lean Years, Big Oil May Emerge Stronger Than Ever
October 19, 2016  Extremist militias recruiting in fear of Clinton winning election, activists say
October 19, 2016  Trump's Views on Science Are Shockingly Ignorant
October 18, 2016  Sea Level Rise Upping Ante On 'Sunny Day' Floods
October 18, 2016  The Hillary Clinton Environmental Scorecard
October 18, 2016  In parched Sri Lanka, biggest shortage is of water policy
October 18, 2016  Greenland says Denmark is 'violating' indigenous rights by leaving U.S. toxic waste in its ice
October 17, 2016  China property boom spurs fear of bubble's burst.
October 17, 2016  The Next Zika
October 17, 2016  As Deadly Superbugs Rise, Big Pharma Presses Farm Antibiotics
October 13, 2016  Elon Musk hits back at coal baron who called him a 'fraud' over green subsidies
October 13, 2016  Republican Leaders Hesitate on Coal Miners' Pensions
October 13, 2016  Saudi Arabia, Where Even Milk Depends on Oil, Struggles to Remake Its Economy
October 13, 2016  'A famine unlike any we have ever seen.'
October 12, 2016  Clean coal: Firm claims world's first commercially viable, zero-carbon power plant is 'game changer.'
October 12, 2016  How Exercise May Turn White Fat Into Brown
October 12, 2016  China says 55 firms severely exceeded pollution limits in the second-quarter
October 12, 2016  Activists disrupt key Canada-U.S. oil pipelines
October 11, 2016  The rising environmental toll of China's offshore island grab.
October 11, 2016  Kenyan farmers sow resistance to drought, boosting seed demand
October 11, 2016  Environmental justice in Canada's Chemical Valley.
October 11, 2016  Invasive insects cause tens of billions in damage
October 06, 2016  Hurricanes will worsen as planet warms and sea levels rise, scientists warn
October 06, 2016  'Great Pacific garbage patch' far bigger than imagined
October 06, 2016  Why letting children play in the mud can make them healthier
October 06, 2016  The 'well from hell' -- my fight with BP to film Deepwater Horizon
October 04, 2016  Airline Low-Carbon Future Needs Fuel Nobody Makes in Volume
October 04, 2016  U.S.-Russian deal to dispose of tons of nuclear weapons fuel is officially torn up by Moscow
October 04, 2016  Trudeau Says Canada to Implement Carbon Tax
October 04, 2016  What's at Stake for the Climate in the 2016 Election? Everything
October 03, 2016  U.S. adds first bees to endangered species list
October 03, 2016  Could climate change help Clinton win millennials?
October 03, 2016  Man's Best Friend May Be the Flu's Worst Enemy
October 03, 2016  Russia plans to kill a quarter-million Siberian reindeer amid anthrax fears
September 29, 2016  Trudeau government on defensive after approving "carbon bomb"
September 29, 2016  Tattoo ink contains cancer-causing chemicals -- so why isn't it regulated?
September 29, 2016  Don't blame cocaine for South American forest loss, study says
September 29, 2016  US drives rainforest destruction by importing Amazon oil, study finds
September 28, 2016  Greenland's receding icecap to expose top-secret US nuclear project
September 28, 2016  Pence breaks with Trump, says humans affect climate change
September 28, 2016  Appeals court considers Obama's climate change plan
September 28, 2016  Peru's new president summoned to Amazon by indigenous protestors
September 27, 2016  Organic pot grower living the dream in Whistler
September 27, 2016  Trump picks top skeptic to lead EPA transition
September 27, 2016  Animal trafficking: the $23bn criminal industry policed by a toothless regulator
September 27, 2016  Health of more than 90% of world's population affected by air pollution 'emergency', WHO says
September 26, 2016  How a Small, Family Forest Can Help Save the Planet
September 26, 2016  Investors urge food companies to shift from meat to plants
September 26, 2016  How climate change is screwing up your favorite season
September 26, 2016  How the FDA Manipulates the Media
September 22, 2016  For the first time, Obama requires U.S. government to factor climate into national security policy
September 22, 2016  Saving silver: portable micro-factories could turn e-waste trash into treasure
September 22, 2016  For Kids, Learning Is Moving
September 22, 2016  In a Parched Corner of Xinjiang, Ancient Water Tunnels Are Running Dry
September 21, 2016  Burger King and KFC called out for lagging behind on antibiotic-free meat
September 21, 2016  Factory farms stealing African fish stocks to feed animals in the West.
September 21, 2016  More than 300 scientists warn over Trump's climate change stance
September 21, 2016  Enbridge, Canada Won't Appeal Court Ruling on Northern Gateway
September 20, 2016  How Much Cleaner Really Is a Tesla? Depends on Where You Are
September 20, 2016  Toyota is using sewage sludge to power its new electric car
September 20, 2016  China's five-star pig pens are latest weapon in the superbug war.
September 20, 2016  In Fukushima, A Bitter Legacy Of Radiation, Trauma and Fear
September 19, 2016  Trump's climate science denial clashes with reality of rising seas in Florida
September 19, 2016  Canada will impose nationwide carbon price
September 19, 2016  The Standoff Between Big Oil and Big Corn
September 19, 2016  Can mushrooms, bacteria and mealworms save the planet from pollution?
September 15, 2016  Thousands Work Daily at Japan Nuclear Plant Selling No Power
September 15, 2016  Bayer's $66bn takeover bid of Monsanto called a 'marriage made in hell'
September 15, 2016  In a hungry Venezuela, buying too much food can get you arrested
September 15, 2016  Look Outside North America for the World's Most Sustainable Cities
September 14, 2016  How can we better value water as global shortages start to threaten economies?
September 14, 2016  Could Ancient Remedies Hold the Answer to the Looming Antibiotics Crisis?
September 14, 2016  The true impact of the food crisis on people's lives has been masked
September 14, 2016  Hidden data: the new weapon that could beat hunger
September 13, 2016  Here's Why Ecuador's $9.5 Billion Judgment Against Chevron Is Headed to Canada
September 13, 2016  The battle between Tesla and your neighborhood car dealership
September 13, 2016  Humans have destroyed a tenth of Earth's wilderness in 25 years
September 13, 2016  Barack Obama is officially now a parasite
September 08, 2016  Elon Musk's Solar Vision, Up for a Dicey Vote
September 08, 2016  Saving Africa's elephants isn't just a 'white man's job'
September 08, 2016  Abe's Fukushima 'under control' pledge to secure Olympics was a lie: former PM
September 08, 2016  River in Russia Mysteriously Turns Blood Red
September 07, 2016  Brexit negotiators urged to examine tougher rules on farming antibiotics
September 07, 2016  EU hits energy reduction target six years early
September 07, 2016  Here's What China, U.S. Just Committed to on Climate
September 07, 2016  Can ExxonMobil Be Found Liable for Misleading the Public on Climate Change?
September 06, 2016  Soaring ocean temperature is 'greatest hidden challenge of our generation'
September 06, 2016  Indonesia environment team threatened with death investigating haze
September 06, 2016  Bayer raises offer to buy Monsanto
September 06, 2016  The Oceans Can't Protect Us Anymore---Here's Why
September 01, 2016  The Southern Ocean is getting less salty. Here's what that could mean for the rest of the world
September 01, 2016  Despite Major Melt, Arctic Sea Ice Will Miss Record Low
September 01, 2016  Poaching drives huge 30% decline in Africa's savannah elephants
September 01, 2016  A car made from tequila? Ford Motor Co says it's good for the planet
August 31, 2016  Nasa: Earth is warming at a pace 'unprecedented in 1,000 years'
August 31, 2016  The $8 Trillion Fight Over How to Rid America of Fossil Fuel
August 31, 2016  Thousands of Homes Keep Flooding, Yet They Keep Being Rebuilt Again
August 31, 2016  Critical Reefs Destroyed in Poachers' Quest for World's Biggest Clams
August 30, 2016  California has urged President Obama and Congress to tax carbon pollution
August 30, 2016  Why three-day weekends could help to save the world
August 30, 2016  Nuclear bombs transformed the planet and set off the Age of Humans, geologists say
August 30, 2016  Your Tattoo Might Have Printer Ink or Car Paint in It
August 29, 2016  TTIP has failed -- but no one is admitting it, says German Vice Chancellor.
August 29, 2016  A third of fish caught in the English Channel have microplastics in their guts.
August 29, 2016  The Slow Death of Diesel
August 29, 2016  The empty crib
August 25, 2016  Monsanto pulls new GM cotton seed from India in protest.
August 25, 2016  How air pollution is causing the world's 'Third Pole' to melt
August 25, 2016  The Fight to Save the World's Seas From China's Bloated Fishing Industry
August 25, 2016  Everything has water flowing through it.
August 24, 2016  Hillary Clinton: Floridians deserve clean water
August 24, 2016  TEPCO's 'ice wall' failing at Fukushima nuclear plant
August 24, 2016  Ocean Slime Spreading Quickly Across the Earth
August 17, 2016  Malaria Might Help Some People Survive Ebola
August 17, 2016  The deep ocean: plunging to new depths to discover the largest migration on Earth
August 17, 2016  People would buy green products -- if only e-commerce showed them how
August 17, 2016  Save the Animals, Save the Planet?
August 16, 2016  Melting Glaciers Pose Threat Beyond Water Scarcity: Floods
August 16, 2016  World War Mentality Needed to Beat Climate Change
August 16, 2016  Is the US doing enough to fight Zika?
August 16, 2016  Hard times in Venezuela breed malaria as desperate flock to mines.
August 15, 2016  Trump won't make America green again
August 15, 2016  Japan reactor restarts, despite protests, boosting Tokyo's nuclear push
August 15, 2016  An epic Middle East heat wave could be global warming's hellish curtain-raiser
August 15, 2016  Challenge to presidential candidates: Debate about science
August 11, 2016  With new water generators, Carrollton startup can unlock the ocean above your head
August 11, 2016  Central banks are printing money as though the global economy is in freefall
August 11, 2016  Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on the Environment, the Election, and a "Dangerous" Donald Trump
August 11, 2016  China halts work on $15 billion nuclear waste project after protests
August 10, 2016  Cyclones set to get fiercer as world warms
August 10, 2016  The Social Network in Your Gut
August 10, 2016  War on climate terror: Deserts bury two thirds of African lands.
August 10, 2016  What chemicals are in your tattoo?
August 10, 2016  Green really is the new black as Big Oil gets a taste for renewables
August 09, 2016  Customers Could Pay $2.5 Billion for Nuclear Plants That Never Get Built
August 09, 2016  What Trump gets wrong about energy in America
August 09, 2016  US Court Rules in Favor of Chevron in Ecuador Pollution Case
August 09, 2016  Nagasaki mayor tells world: Visit to see how nukes affect humans
August 08, 2016  Britain is hastening the extinction of the African elephant
August 08, 2016  Let them eat bugs: US startup sees future of sustainable food in creepy crawlies
August 08, 2016  In UK, people to get cash payments from fracking.
August 08, 2016  Melting Greenland ice sheet will soon unearth waste from long-forgotten Cold War-era military base.
August 04, 2016  Why is Rio de Janeiro finding it so hard to clear up its waste?
August 04, 2016  An oil boom made it the most expensive city in the world. Now it's in crisis.
August 04, 2016  Latest Climate Report: Heat, More Heat and Signs of Worse to Come
August 04, 2016  The Sticky Truth about Economic Growth and Climate Change
August 03, 2016  Trump: Wind power 'kills all your birds.'
August 03, 2016  Can the Environmental Movement Rally Around Hillary Clinton?
August 03, 2016  Could Nanotechnology End Hunger?
August 03, 2016  The booming coal city that turned into a ghost town
August 02, 2016  Suncor proposes leaving oil sands in ground to cut greenhouse gas emission intensity
August 02, 2016  Where are the world's most water-stressed cities?
August 02, 2016  Philadelphia punditry
August 02, 2016  China's Relentless Campaign to Pave the Coast
July 28, 2016  There will be 1.8 billion Indians by 2050. GM crops are the only way to feed them all
July 28, 2016  World's largest carbon producers face landmark human rights case
July 28, 2016  Keep Your Mouth Closed: Aquatic Olympians Face a Toxic Stew in Rio
July 28, 2016  What It Takes to Clean the Ganges
July 27, 2016  Colombia Declares End to the Zika Epidemic
July 27, 2016  New Zealand vows to kill every weasel, rat and feral cat on its soil
July 27, 2016  No to shark fin: China's biggest shipping line Cosco pledges total ban on carrying product
July 27, 2016  What we're doing to the environment may be costing us our drinking water
July 26, 2016  Wildlife Dying En Masse as South American River Runs Dry
July 26, 2016  Donald Trump is a unique threat to American democracy
July 26, 2016  Eastern Hemisphere's All-Time Temperature Record: Kuwait Fries in 54°C (129.2°F) Heat
July 26, 2016  Plastic debris in oceans a growing hazard as toxins climb the food chain
July 21, 2016  Elon Musk's Tesla 'Master Plan' Involves Trucks, Buses and a Compact SUV
July 21, 2016  The GOP's policy on climate change is moving much more slowly than the thermometer
July 21, 2016  Greenpeace reports jump in radioactive contamination in Fukushima waterways
July 21, 2016  Cleveland Is Not The Place For Mocking Environmental Justice
July 20, 2016  Greenland lost a staggering 1 trillion tons of ice in just four years
July 20, 2016  The Future of Big Oil? At Shell, It's Not Oil
July 20, 2016  How to stop deforestation? Give indigenous people rights to land
July 20, 2016  How a new source of water is helping reduce conflict in the Middle East
July 19, 2016  Global warming set to cost the world economy £1.5 trillion by 2030 as it becomes too hot to work
July 19, 2016  The Long, Sad, Corrupted Devolution of the GOP, From Eisenhower to Donald Trump
July 19, 2016  Indian court orders older diesel vehicles off New Delhi's roads
July 19, 2016  My Venezuela nightmare: A 30-day hunt for food in a starving land.
July 18, 2016  BoE's Carney warns of $7 trillion green infrastructure need
July 18, 2016  The Ocean Could Be the New Gold Rush
July 18, 2016  What does climate change mean for America's $73 billion angling industry?
July 18, 2016  The diversity of life across much of Earth has plunged below 'safe' levels
July 14, 2016  Rio Olympics Unlikely to Spread Zika, CDC Says
July 14, 2016  TTIP proposal casts doubt on G20 climate pledge, leaked EU draft shows
July 14, 2016  New, Massive Earthquake Threat Could Lurk Under South Asia
July 14, 2016  Buddhist monks buy 600lbs of lobster to release them back into the ocean
July 11, 2016  China's debt: Coming clean
July 11, 2016  We just broke the record for hottest year, nine straight times
July 11, 2016  Dems debate 'fracking ban,' but what does that mean?
July 11, 2016  Allergic to life: the Arizona residents 'sensitive to the whole world'
July 07, 2016  Do You Really Need Antibiotics? This Test Can Tell
July 07, 2016  Environmental groups sue over federal permits for neonics
July 07, 2016  How capturing rain could save Mexico City from a water crisis
July 07, 2016  Dupont, Chemours Handed Another Loss in Teflon Chemical Case
July 06, 2016  Brazil says there is 'almost zero' risk of Zika during Olympics. Really?
July 06, 2016  5 Things Wrong With Your Deodorant
July 06, 2016  How Canada's pipeline watchdog secretly discusses "ticking time bombs" with industry
July 06, 2016  Canada declares microbeads toxic
July 05, 2016  The biggest body of warm water on Earth is getting even bigger
July 05, 2016  Norway bids to capture business by capturing carbon
July 05, 2016  Devouring 1,000 Mosquitoes an Hour, Bats Are Now Welcome Guests as Zika Fears Rise
July 05, 2016  Oil turns white boats to brown in Rio Olympic sailing venue
July 04, 2016  Fading fishermen: A historic industry faces a warming world
July 04, 2016  San Francisco Just Passed the Nation's Toughest Ban on Styrofoam
July 04, 2016  Zika in Florida: 10 new cases confirmed amid concern over US response
July 04, 2016  The toxic trail of e-waste that leads from the US to Hong Kong
July 01, 2016  Benchmarking Utility Clean Energy Deployment: 2016
June 30, 2016  Volkswagen goes silent on fraud in Canada. Owners left with lemons.
June 30, 2016  Murders, violence on rise as parched central India battles for water
June 30, 2016  Controversial chemical in Roundup weedkiller escapes immediate ban
June 30, 2016  China's smog knocks 2 years off life expectancy
June 29, 2016  Stressed Indus River threatens Pakistan's water supplies
June 29, 2016  New Studies Show Just How Tricky the Zika Virus Is
June 29, 2016  Proposed Amazon dam would fuel land speculation, deforestation, study says
June 29, 2016  Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle.
June 28, 2016  U.S., Canada and Mexico vow to get half their electricity from clean power by 2025
June 28, 2016  Rains or not, India faces drinking water crisis
June 28, 2016  Stephen Hawking says pollution and 'stupidity' still biggest threats to mankind
June 28, 2016  A solution to the challenge of land-disposed sewage sludge.
June 27, 2016  Asbestos-related cancer costs Canadians billions
June 27, 2016  How the Caribbean's charred forests end up firing America's barbecues
June 27, 2016  VW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal
June 27, 2016  Cow Urine Kills Farm Pests in India's First Fully Organic State
June 23, 2016  Chinese authorities to tear up 'toxic' school running tracks | Toxic Scrap Tires
June 23, 2016  New warning lights for rising home prices | New Median Home Price Records
June 23, 2016  Cancer Is Contagious Among Clams. What About Us?
June 23, 2016  Clean water should be a basic human right. Why are we charging so much for it?
June 23, 2016  Pineapples could play key role in global superbug battle
June 23, 2016  The developing world is awash in pesticides. Does it have to be?
June 22, 2016  Asia's Rising Prosperity, Climate Change Taking Toll on Food Security
June 22, 2016  Climate change is bad for your kidneys
June 22, 2016  A Rush of Americans, Seeking Gold in Cuban Soil
June 22, 2016  Man-made pollutants found in Earth's deepest ocean trenches
June 21, 2016  Waste to Energy (WTE) finds the silver lining in challenging markets
June 21, 2016  Canada Moves to Strengthen Environmental Reviews of Pipelines
June 21, 2016  Scientists announce important Zika milestone: First vaccine ready for human trials
June 21, 2016  No Such Thing as a Healthy Smoker
June 21, 2016  10 Surprising Snacks That May Have BPA
June 20, 2016  Could we set aside half the Earth for nature?
June 20, 2016  On Tire Wastes in Playgrounds
June 20, 2016  Biggest US coal company funded dozens of groups questioning climate change
June 20, 2016  It's the economy that needs to be integrated into the environment - not the other way around
June 16, 2016  Canada fell "out of step" with planet in 2015 as clean tech investment plunged
June 16, 2016  Catholic orders take their lead from the pope and divest from fossil fuels
June 16, 2016  Canada lent billions to oil, gas and mining companies. Then it made a profit
June 16, 2016  Hundreds arrested in Venezuela after latest unrest over food
June 15, 2016  Can incineration and landfills save us from the recycling crisis?
June 15, 2016  World Health Organization Drops Coffee's Status as Possible Carcinogen
June 15, 2016  How Africans Are Saving Their Own Soil
June 15, 2016  The future of agriculture
June 14, 2016  Melting Arctic Could Supercharge Climate Feedback Loop
June 14, 2016  Can 'super coral' save the Great Barrier Reef?
June 14, 2016  The atmosphere has hit a grim milestone --- and scientists say we'll never go back 'within our lifetimes'
June 14, 2016  Malnutrition and Obesity Coexist in Many Countries, Report Finds
June 13, 2016  The coastal village, the mining giant and the battle for South Africa's soul
June 13, 2016  'Super bacteria' found in Rio's Olympic venues, top beaches
June 13, 2016  Scientists use climate, population changes to predict diseases
June 13, 2016  Air pollution linked to increased mental illness in children
June 09, 2016  How the world's most popular foods have traveled all over the planet
June 09, 2016  When Pigs Fly
June 09, 2016  Here's Why Scientists Are Not Afraid of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes
June 09, 2016  How grassroots lobbying push blindsided Monsanto
June 08, 2016  Arctic Sea Ice Breaks May Record . . . By A Lot
June 08, 2016  WHO to consider new evidence on Zika, Olympics next week
June 08, 2016  China says important glacier is melting due to climate change
June 08, 2016  This is why the world can't stop wasting so much food
June 07, 2016  7 Charts Show How Renewables Broke Records Globally in 2015
June 07, 2016  Union Carbide Not Responsible for Bhopal Tragedy, Affirms Appeal Court
June 07, 2016  India will spend $3 billion to clean up one of the world's most polluted cities
June 07, 2016  Infamous water heist---and hubris---reaps toxic whirlwind.
June 07, 2016  Scientists say that 'nature,' untouched by humans, is now almost entirely gone
June 02, 2016  Canada Approves Genetically Modified Salmon for Consumption
June 02, 2016  Tanzania denies elephants could disappear from reserve within six years
June 02, 2016  Emissions detected from space reveal big polluters
June 02, 2016  The Surprising Importance of Stratospheric Life
June 01, 2016  The Temperature Spiral Has an Update. It's Not Pretty.
June 01, 2016  Reduced hypertension risk after moving to a high-walkability neighborhood.
June 01, 2016  The Surprising Thing Linked to High Blood Pressure
June 01, 2016  The secret under a Chinese pig farm
May 31, 2016  Scientists May Have Found a Way to Stop Nuclear Meltdowns
May 31, 2016  Searching for Superbugs: The Lab Looking for the Next Big Threat
May 31, 2016  Major environmental group backs Hillary Clinton in its first presidential endorsement
May 31, 2016  India plans to sell holy water from one of the world's dirtiest rivers---online
May 30, 2016  After Hiroshima, Obama needs to follow up with specific actions
May 30, 2016  Trump tells California 'there is no drought'
May 30, 2016  The Superbug Nightmare We Always Feared Is Upon Us
May 30, 2016  Construction of world's largest dam in DR Congo could begin within months
May 26, 2016  Oil hits $50 a barrel for first time this year
May 26, 2016  Cigarette Smoking by Adults Dropped in 2015, C.D.C. Survey Says
May 26, 2016  Major fishing deal offers protection to Arctic waters
May 26, 2016  He survived Ebola. Now he's fighting to keep it from spreading.
May 26, 2016  Oil sands found to be a leading source of air pollution in North America
May 25, 2016  Climate change takes center stage at Exxon, Chevron annual meetings
May 25, 2016  Firefighters protect Canada's oil sands battling 1,100 C flames
May 25, 2016  World War III will be fought over water
May 25, 2016  World could warm by massive 10C if all fossil fuels are burned
May 24, 2016  The number one thing we can do to protect Earth's oceans
May 24, 2016  Trump taps climate change skeptic as energy adviser, pushes back on taxes
May 24, 2016  Humans damaging the environment faster than it can recover, UN finds
May 24, 2016  Lake Mead declines to lowest level in history
May 12, 2016  It's not too late to avoid dangerous temperature rise.
May 12, 2016  Bees are in trouble, but can they be saved?
May 12, 2016  Air pollution rising at an 'alarming rate' in world's cities
May 12, 2016  Woman sets out to paddleboard length of England to highlight plastic pollution
May 12, 2016  Chaos & Volatility On The Rise ~ The systems that support us are breaking down
May 11, 2016  Dyson could become next Tesla with its electric car, says expert
May 11, 2016  World's carbon dioxide concentration teetering on the point of no return
May 11, 2016  Low-Tech Trap Might Help Fight Zika Virus Outbreaks, CDC says
May 11, 2016  Air pollution in India is so bad that it kills half a million people every year
May 10, 2016  Why this could finally be the election where climate change matters
May 10, 2016  Brazilian lawsuit over Samarco dam will struggle to match U.S. BP claim
May 10, 2016  People may be breathing in microplastics, health expert warns
May 10, 2016  How a giant air freshener could save our polluted cities
May 09, 2016  This is how serious India's drought has gotten
May 09, 2016  Could the oil sands catch fire?
May 09, 2016  U.S. oil industry bankruptcy wave nears size of telecom bust
May 09, 2016  New study says excesses of modern life is cause of cancer; disease is man-made
May 05, 2016  The science that will make you question everything about weight loss.
May 05, 2016  A third of antibiotic prescriptions are just wrong.
May 05, 2016  Millions of dead fish on Vietnam's shores raise industrial pollution fears
May 05, 2016  Global water shortages to deliver 'severe hit' to economies, World Bank warns
May 04, 2016  Ocean's Oxygen Starts Running Low
May 04, 2016  Entrepreneurs are selling Australia's fresh air in a can to China
May 04, 2016  How Paris is stepping up its drive against the car
May 04, 2016  Zika Virus Birth Defects May Be 'Tip of the Iceberg', Experts Say
May 04, 2016  Armed guards at India's dams as drought grips country
May 03, 2016  SunEdison is not Solyndra: Why 2016 Looks so Different from 2011
April 28, 2016  World's Biggest Windmills Now Make Jumbo Jets Look Tiny
April 28, 2016  Japanese Monks Recorded the Climate for 700 Years
April 28, 2016  Colorado struggles with marijuana's huge carbon footprint.
April 28, 2016  Does canned food cause cancer?
April 28, 2016  The story behind Prince's low-profile generosity to green causes
April 27, 2016  Goldfish or Asian carp? Why it matters in the Great Lakes.
April 27, 2016  Senate Nears Deal for at Least $1.1 Billion to Fight Zika Virus
April 27, 2016  BP Reports $583 Million Loss in First Quarter
April 27, 2016  Six years later, we're still learning how badly the BP spill damaged the environment
April 27, 2016  Pentagon aims to curb tobacco use by military
April 27, 2016  India's drought migrants head to cities in desperate search for water
April 26, 2016  Scientists discover coral reef near the mouth of the Amazon River
April 26, 2016  Volkswagen's Legal Endgame in Emissions Scandal
April 26, 2016  The Human Cost of Colombian Gold
April 26, 2016  Child obesity has grown unabated since 1999, study finds
April 26, 2016  Old TVs Create Toxic Problem for Recycling Programs
April 26, 2016  Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years
April 25, 2016  RBS pulls back fossil fuel investments as green deals grow
April 25, 2016  El Niño is Earth's rechargeable heat battery
April 25, 2016  As regions thaw, leaders face changing mandate
April 25, 2016  Biofuels, plastics and drugs: is this the future of our farms?
April 25, 2016  Leaders head to New York to sign Paris climate deal
April 25, 2016  How Indians are coping with a dangerously hot summer
April 21, 2016  Ten years after 'hug a husky', what is David Cameron's green legacy?
April 21, 2016  Germany asks Belgium to switch off nuclear reactors
April 21, 2016  Why Half a Degree Matters: Higher Seas, Longer Heat Waves, Dead Reefs
April 21, 2016  EU dropped climate policies after BP threat of oil industry 'exodus'
April 21, 2016  Scientists say 93 percent of the Great Barrier Reef now bleached.
April 21, 2016  Stop aid to Honduras, says murdered campaigner's daughter
April 20, 2016  Justin Trudeau to lobby for quick approval of Paris climate deal
April 20, 2016  'Climate' Used to Be the C-Word in Republican Politics. Not Anymore
April 20, 2016  Life expectancy for white females in U.S. suffers rare decline
April 20, 2016  Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Finds Falsified Fuel Mileage Tests
April 20, 2016  As drought deepens, African nations struggle to get globe's attention
April 20, 2016  Cities that steal smart ideas from plants and animals
April 19, 2016  Can Oil Companies Save the World from Global Warming?
April 19, 2016  Hope for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes
April 19, 2016  'Manhattan Project' for cancer aims to turn it into a chronic illness, not a death sentence
April 19, 2016  Stress and poverty may make you old before your time
April 19, 2016  Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fears.
April 19, 2016  Who says bacon is bad?
April 12, 2016  Years of Living Dangerously - A series about the human impact of climate change
April 12, 2016  Forest growth accelerating in B.C. due to carbon dioxide 'fertilizer effect'
March 31, 2016  Have humans tilted the climate books out of balance?
March 31, 2016  Climate forecasts underestimate sea-rise impact of Antarctic thaw.
March 31, 2016  The Invisible catastrophe.
March 31, 2016  Mexico City temporarily restricts all cars after smog alert
March 31, 2016  Junk Food Is Bad For Plants, Too
March 31, 2016  'High risk' of severe water stresses in Asia by 2050
March 30, 2016  Japan Regulators OK Costly Ice Wall at Fukushima Plant
March 30, 2016  Technology to Make Clean Energy From Coal Is Stumbling in Practice
March 30, 2016  Exercise Makes Our Muscles Work Better With Age
March 30, 2016  Link between fossil fuels and Great Barrier Reef bleaching clear and incontrovertible
March 30, 2016  Endangered Puget Sound orcas to get personal health records
March 30, 2016  The antibiotics dilemma: Why we're running out of drugs to treat the superbugs
March 29, 2016  Why Saudi Arabia bought 14,000 acres of US farm land
March 29, 2016  Alaska volcano erupts with massive ash cloud, diverting flights
March 29, 2016  What Florida's ancient past tells us about sea-level rise today
March 29, 2016  A new Titanic? US and Canada prepare for worst as luxury Arctic cruise sets sail
March 29, 2016  Arctic sea ice extent breaks record low for winter
March 29, 2016  Environmentalists fear Americans will ruin Cuba's biodiversity
March 28, 2016  Precious commodity sparks fear, feuds and lawsuits
March 28, 2016  Wall Street's Retreat From King Coal
March 28, 2016  China's cancer rates exploding, more than 4 million people diagnosed in 2015, study says
March 28, 2016  When the End of Human Civilization Is Your Day Job
March 28, 2016  Tycoon behind Syngenta bid China's most aggressive dealmaker
March 28, 2016  For Latin American environmentalists, death is a constant companion
March 23, 2016  How Tesla's Model 3 Could Conquer Low-End Luxury
March 23, 2016  Panama canal evaporation forces waterway authority to restrict ships passing through
March 23, 2016  Liberals unveil spending as 'champion of clean growth'
March 23, 2016  Pakistan unveils plan to tackle looming water crisis
March 23, 2016  Global Warming's Terrifying New Chemistry
March 23, 2016  The World's Largest Whale Sharks Are Disappearing
March 22, 2016  Trump says nuclear weapons are the riskiest kind of climate change
March 22, 2016  China Is Building World's Biggest Trash Incinerator
March 22, 2016  In Uganda's Zika Forest, global health scare seems a world away
March 22, 2016  No water, no jobs: How water shortages threaten jobs and growth
March 22, 2016  Climate guru James Hansen warns of much worse than expected sea level rise
March 22, 2016  Eating less meat could save up to $31 trillion (and many lives).
March 21, 2016  By rejecting $1bn for a pipeline, a First Nation has put Trudeau's climate plan on trial
March 21, 2016  Is Cuba Ready for Change?
March 21, 2016  Is It Game Over for Coal?
March 21, 2016  Why more than 200 new dams will be a disaster for the Amazon
March 21, 2016  They told me to take money and run, says pipeline whistleblower
March 21, 2016  'Never seen it so bad': violence and impunity in Brazil's Amazon
March 18, 2016  The Challenges Low Oil Prices Bring to the Waste and Recycling Industry
March 17, 2016  The One Thing No One Tells Women About Seafood
March 17, 2016  Trees Deal With Climate Change Better Than Expected
March 17, 2016  Doubling renewables by 2030 could save $4.2 trillion/year
March 17, 2016  The economy is growing, but carbon emissions aren't. That's a really big deal
March 17, 2016  Scientists expose vaccine volunteers to dengue virus and find 100 percent were protected
March 17, 2016  Mexico City bans many cars in first smog alert in 11 years
March 16, 2016  Germany's top court starts hearing on nuclear shutdown
March 16, 2016  $2 Billion Loss for Generators as a Million Get Solar Panels
March 16, 2016  Why graduates of a top Canadian university are returning their diplomas
March 16, 2016  As climate change heats up, Arctic residents struggle to keep their homes
March 16, 2016  Human toll of pollution: WHO estimates 12.6 million die from unhealthy environments each year.
March 16, 2016  Why Obama changed his mind --- and won't allow oil drilling in the Atlantic after all
March 15, 2016  5 years after Fukushima disaster, its lessons still speak to U.S. industry
March 15, 2016  Antarctica's ice is being carved up from below
March 15, 2016  5 implications of February's astounding global temperature record
March 15, 2016  13 million along US coast could see homes swamped by 2100, study finds
March 15, 2016  How antibiotic resistance could wreak havoc on health, food and travel
March 15, 2016  Infrastructure inequality is catalyst for Brazil's Zika epidemic
March 14, 2016  Grand Canyon threatened despite win against developers, conservationists say
March 14, 2016  Coal miners protest in northeastern China, claiming unpaid wages
March 14, 2016  Mosquitoes' rapid spread poses threat beyond Zika
March 14, 2016  NASA confirms February 2016's shocking global warming temperature record.
March 14, 2016  Why is styrofoam still a thing?
March 14, 2016  Chernobyl 30 Years On: Residents In Affected Areas Still Eating Radiation-Tainted Food
March 11, 2016  12 Points that Explain the State of the WTE Market in the United States
March 10, 2016  Dangerous global warming will happen sooner than thought
March 10, 2016  Obama and Justin Trudeau of Canada Unveil Efforts to Fight Climate Change
March 10, 2016  Will We Soon Be Riding on Solar Roads? The Idea Gains Traction
March 10, 2016  Antibiotic Assistants
March 10, 2016  What's wrong with the North American diet?
March 10, 2016  Five years after tsunami, Japanese town tries to recover, with few jobs --- or people
March 09, 2016  Cargill says to cut antibiotic use in cattle by 20 percent
March 09, 2016  Global warming already driving increases in rainfall extremes
March 09, 2016  A Year After China's 'Iron Hand' Hit Polluters, Air Still Chokes
March 09, 2016  Amazonian tribe in Peru takes hostages after oil spill
March 09, 2016  Life with plastic, not fantastic
March 09, 2016  EU to defer decision on safety of weed-killer ingredient
March 07, 2016  Cold light shines on Paris climate pledges
March 07, 2016  Republican candidates' calls to scrap EPA met with skepticism by experts
March 07, 2016  Mosul dam engineers warn it could fail at any time, killing 1m people
March 07, 2016  Revamped Satellite Data Shows No Pause in Global Warming
March 07, 2016  China ratchets up anti-pollution effort
March 07, 2016  Fukushima: Tokyo was on the brink of nuclear catastrophe
March 03, 2016  Trudeau: 'We Need Both Pipelines and Wind Turbines'
March 03, 2016  How Climate Change May Affect Your Diet
March 03, 2016  The Arctic just set an ominous new record
March 03, 2016  Rising Seas Pull Fort Lauderdale, Florida's Building Boomtown, Toward a Bust
March 03, 2016  Satellite data suggests forest loss is accelerating
March 03, 2016  VW CEO was told about emissions crisis a year before admitting to cheat scandal
March 03, 2016  Does a Carbon Tax Work? Ask British Columbia
March 03, 2016  Canada delays new climate plan as provinces rebel
March 03, 2016  This Scion Of Standard Oil Is Ditching Her ExxonMobil Stock
March 03, 2016  Court upholds federal plan to protect vast polar bear habitat in Alaska
March 03, 2016  Florida drops bill to open fracking in the Everglades after public outcry
March 03, 2016  Next few weeks critical as Great Barrier Reef suffers 'tragic' coral bleaching event
March 01, 2016  Coal Use Falls Further as China Plans Massive Layoffs
March 01, 2016  Preparing for the Inevitable Sea-Level Rise
March 01, 2016  India introduces car sales tax to combat pollution
March 01, 2016  What scientists are discovering about the air you breathe indoors
March 01, 2016  How will Brazil come through on its Olympic promises?
March 01, 2016  Is nuclear power our energy future --- or a dinosaur in a death spiral?
February 29, 2016  World awaiting Canada decision on nuclear waste.
February 29, 2016  Electric vehicles could be as cheap as gas-guzzlers soon
February 29, 2016  Charges near for former TEPCO executives over Fukushima nuclear disaster
February 29, 2016  Canadian oil production growth could come to 'complete standstill,' IEA warns
February 29, 2016  WTO swats down India's massive solar initiative
February 29, 2016  Japan Lost Nearly a Million People in 5 Years, Census Says
February 25, 2016  Drugs found in Puget Sound salmon from tainted wastewater
February 25, 2016  European commission plans to relicense controversial weedkiller
February 25, 2016  Will the Great Salt Lake be reduced to dust?
February 24, 2016  Scientists calculate our debt to the Earth
February 24, 2016  How Exercise May Lower Cancer Risk
February 24, 2016  No radiation from Japan's Fukushima disaster found in B.C. fish
February 24, 2016  West Australian scientists discover commonly used antibiotic could be the basis of a new herbicide
February 24, 2016  South Africa to ease some GM crop rules to avert food crisis
February 24, 2016  How Forest Loss Is Leading To a Rise in Human Disease
February 23, 2016  Rainforests May Store Less Carbon As Climate Changes
February 23, 2016  Peru pipeline leaks in Amazon; two rivers polluted, agency says
February 23, 2016  India's pollution levels beat China's
February 23, 2016  How different are wild salmon from farm salmon? A lot, DNA shows.
February 23, 2016  Will there be more fish or plastic in the sea in 2050?
February 23, 2016  Donald & Ted's Excellent Climate Adventure
February 22, 2016  IEA warns consumers of spike in oil prices
February 15, 2016  EPA survey shows $271 billion needed for nation's wastewater infrastructure
February 03, 2016  Border tensions rumble over ageing Belgian nuclear reactors
February 03, 2016  Exxon Mobil's Profits Fall and BP Cites Low Oil Prices in $3.3 Billion Loss
February 03, 2016  The stinky truth: Deodorant can change your body's bacteria
February 03, 2016  Climate activists target Pepsi ahead of Super Bowl halftime show
February 03, 2016  Dallas reports case of Zika spread through sex; CDC urges condom use
February 03, 2016  China's 1.4 Billion Mouths Behind ChemChina's Syngenta Pursuit
February 02, 2016  EasyJet plans to cut carbon emissions with hydrogen fuel-cell trial
February 02, 2016  Here is the weather forecast for the next five years: even hotter
February 02, 2016  As Zika spreads, Brazil deploys everything from local workers to troops
February 02, 2016  Historic deal to protect Canada rainforest from logging
February 02, 2016  Japanese firm to open world's first robot-run farm
February 02, 2016  Healthy Ground, Healthy Atmosphere: Recarbonizing the Earth's Soils
February 01, 2016  California Public Utilities Commission Approves Successor Net Energy Metering Tariff
February 01, 2016  Bernie Sanders's Radical Environmental Proposal
February 01, 2016  Is "Fragrance" Making Us Sick?
February 01, 2016  Zika fever: panic won't help us.
February 01, 2016  Republicans might as well deny climate change if they don't plan to address it
February 01, 2016  US east coast snowstorms linked to slowdown of Atlantic current
February 01, 2016  Addicted to oil---The first 10 years
February 01, 2016  All the Ways Humans Try to Kill Mosquitos---and Why We're Still Losing
January 28, 2016  Saudi Arabia Keeps Pumping Oil, Despite Financial and Political Risks
January 28, 2016  Japan begins work on 'world's largest' floating solar farm
January 28, 2016  After Paris climate talks, investors wrestle with how to pay for clean energy transition.
January 28, 2016  Smog Could Smother Fireworks at Shanghai's New Disney Theme Park
January 28, 2016  In coal-powered China, electric car surge fuels fear of worsening smog
January 28, 2016  Zika virus: US scientists say vaccine '10 years away'
January 27, 2016  Rethinking the Calorie
January 27, 2016  Top Canada watchdog worried about pesticide linked to bee deaths
January 27, 2016  Ex-Sailing CEO: I Was Fired for Trying to Move Rio Event
January 27, 2016  California gas leak spotlights shoddy regulation of aging storage wells
January 27, 2016  El Niño parches Asia Pacific, destroying crops and drying up water sources
January 27, 2016  If You Want Clean Water, Don't Be Black in America
January 26, 2016  Exxon sees a world with less carbon but higher-cost emissions
January 26, 2016  Italy police find illegal rubbish dump in ancient ruins
January 26, 2016  El Salvador's Advice on Zika Virus: Don't Have Babies
January 26, 2016  Deadly Zika virus to spread throughout the Americas, WHO warns
January 26, 2016  The Opportunity in the Stock Market Downturn (and It Differs by Gender)
January 26, 2016  How low oil prices went from blessing to curse
January 25, 2016  Why the rains failed -- and why they may return
January 25, 2016  Matt Damon Brings Call for Clean Water for All to Sundance
January 25, 2016  So You Want To Eat Snow. Is It Safe? We Asked Scientists
January 25, 2016  China Reaffirms Record Pollution Penalty
January 25, 2016  Plastic now pollutes every corner of Earth
January 25, 2016  As Washington state decides on stronger toxics law, residents are breathing flame retardants
January 21, 2016  Leonardo DiCaprio savages corporate greed of big oil: 'Enough is enough'
January 21, 2016  Slump in oil prices drives green energy takeup in top exporting nations
January 21, 2016  Ted Cruz misstates science of climate change.
January 21, 2016  VW Admits Cheating in the U.S., but Not in Europe
January 21, 2016  The woman who loves garbage: Veena Sahajwalla on making the best of waste
January 21, 2016  Disappearance of Bolivia's No. 2 lake a harbinger
January 20, 2016  Brazil's fighting its biggest epidemics with weaponized mosquitoes
January 20, 2016  Overfishing causing global catches to fall three times faster than estimated
January 20, 2016  Indian government criticised after scores of bodies surface in Ganges
January 20, 2016  Israel spraying toxins over Palestinian crops in Gaza
January 20, 2016  Emissions scandal: 95pc of diesel cars break official limits when driven on the road
January 20, 2016  Eating Fish---Even Tuna---During Pregnancy Linked To Better Brain Health
January 19, 2016  Water security a Canadian issue, not just a developing world issue
January 19, 2016  The Problem With Rooftop Solar That Nobody Is Talking About
January 19, 2016  Pakistan turns to coal to keep factories running
January 19, 2016  Denmark broke world record for wind power in 2015
January 19, 2016  Oceans trapping heat at accelerating rate
January 19, 2016  U.N. food agency says 14 million face hunger in southern Africa
January 18, 2016  An organic way to beat the drought.
January 18, 2016  Power to the poop: one Colorado city is using human waste to run its vehicles
January 18, 2016  SpaceX launches satellite to monitor sea level, global warming
January 18, 2016  What Does It Mean When Animals Suffer a Vast Die-Off?
January 18, 2016  False emissions reporting undermines China's pollution fight
January 18, 2016  Shock figures to reveal deadly toll of global air pollution
January 14, 2016  Health panel: Pump new billions into disease outbreaks---or else
January 14, 2016  Dead fish wash up on shores of Rio bay near Olympic venue
January 14, 2016  Climate change disaster is biggest threat to global economy in 2016, say experts
January 14, 2016  Scientists say climate change is threatening the lifeblood of Canada's native people
January 14, 2016  Look at the oil spilled in the world's 2nd 'Best Place for Wildlife'
January 14, 2016  As diseases proliferate, mosquitoes becoming Public Enemy No. 1
January 13, 2016  Azeri oil disaster an open wound for survivors
January 13, 2016  California Rejects VW's Diesel Recall Plan
January 13, 2016  Greenland ice sheet melts up to a third faster under cloudy skies
January 13, 2016  Solar Job Boom Continues As Prices Spur Demand
January 13, 2016  Obama's cancer cure 'moonshot'
January 13, 2016  Waterless toilet uses nanotechnology to treat waste, banish smells
January 12, 2016  Billionaire activist urges Obama to focus State of the Union on climate change
January 12, 2016  Antarctic icebergs have surprise role in slowing warming
January 12, 2016  After Ebola, two other tropical diseases pose new threats
January 12, 2016  Court allows Delhi's drastic effort to clean air, but some question if it's working
January 12, 2016  Starvation Suspected in Massive Die-off of Alaska Seabirds
January 12, 2016  China's craze for 'aquatic cocaine' is pushing two species into oblivion
January 11, 2016  Rising Sea Levels -- The New Reality
January 11, 2016  Virtual reality to be used to help decommission Fukushima plant
January 11, 2016  NASA To Take On The Seas With Plans To Save Coral Reefs
January 11, 2016  'The coal industry is far from doomed'
January 11, 2016  Startling new finding: 600 million years ago, a biological mishap changed everything
January 11, 2016  Will trade trump climate pact?
January 07, 2016  Zimbabwe plans to sell elephants and lions to China to fund conservation
January 07, 2016  Science says soda taxes work.
January 07, 2016  Scandal-hit VW to press on with diesel offensive in US.
January 07, 2016  Rio planned Olympic-scale sewerage project. But citizens say no thanks.
January 07, 2016  People are starving in East Africa---again---as the world looks away.
January 07, 2016  Transcanada files suit over Keystone XL oil pipeline denial.
January 06, 2016  El Niño-strengthened storm brings rain, floods to California
January 06, 2016  Earth is Experiencing a Global Warming Spurt
January 06, 2016  Canadian scientists find superbug gene in three cases
January 06, 2016  Lake Erie Asian carp: How great a threat to Great Lakes?
January 06, 2016  Supreme Court upholds ban on sale of large diesel vehicles in Delhi
January 06, 2016  Chinese farmers are illegally growing GMO corn:
January 05, 2016  Bernie Sanders mocks Donald Trump's contention that the Chinese created climate change
January 05, 2016  Insurers paid out $27bn for natural disaster claims in 2015
January 05, 2016  Is Toronto ready for a radiation emergency?
January 05, 2016  Waste not, want not: why French diners are learning to love their leftovers
January 05, 2016  A little-known, untreatable virus is quickly spreading across the Americas
January 05, 2016  Not Your Dad's Farm Job: Millennials Look to High-Tech Farms For Careers
January 04, 2016  How one man plans to make billions selling Mojave desert water
January 04, 2016  Delhi's farcical pollution war.
January 04, 2016  BP boss: The Gulf of Mexico oil spill was a 'near-death experience' for us
January 04, 2016  Zika virus reported in Puerto Rico
January 04, 2016  Big Oil braced for global warming while it fought regulations.
January 04, 2016  Scientist: Barrier islands could be unlivable in 50 years
January 03, 2016  Here Is the Worst Anti-Science BS of 2016
December 31, 2015  Freakish weather from the North Pole to South America
December 31, 2015  Will Bolivia's Lifeless Lake Poopo Ever Return?
December 31, 2015  Freak storm pushes North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point
December 31, 2015  Donald Trump laments loss of aerosol sprays to frame his hair.
December 31, 2015  Toxic air forces Delhi to sideline millions of cars
December 31, 2015  Hunger threatens millions as El Niño causes drought and floods
December 30, 2015  Should we solar panel the Sahara desert?
December 30, 2015  Guinea declared free of Ebola virus that killed over 2,500
December 30, 2015  New restrictions in Tehran after 18th day of bad air
December 30, 2015  2016: sustainable buildings go from being green to being good for you
December 30, 2015  Zika Virus, a Mosquito-Borne Infection, May Threaten Brazil's Newborns
December 30, 2015  China to Halt New Coal Mine Approvals Amid Pollution Fight
December 29, 2015  Tech giants spot opportunity in forecasting China's smog
December 29, 2015  End of Meat? Startups Seek Meat Alternatives for the Masses
December 29, 2015  Top trends conservationists should be paying attention to --- but aren't
December 29, 2015  2015: The Year the Environmental Movement Knocked Out Keystone XL
December 29, 2015  Shale's Running Out of Survival Tricks as OPEC Ramps Up Pressure
December 29, 2015  As China Hungers for Coal, 'Behemoth' Studies the Ravages at the Source
December 24, 2015  Negative Interest Rates How to Shock Proof Your Business
December 24, 2015  A 'Blind-eye' approach won't halt global warming
December 24, 2015  How to Trust Your Gut Instinct
December 24, 2015  A Fitting End for the Hottest Year on Record
December 24, 2015  Why saving the Amazon means saving more than just trees
December 24, 2015  Why Copenhagen Has Almost Perfect Water
December 23, 2015  Australia approves dredging for coal port near Barrier Reef
December 23, 2015  What Happened to the Polar Vortex?
December 23, 2015  A faster, cheaper water filter, thanks to sugar
December 23, 2015  Amid smog crisis, China vows more liveable cities
December 23, 2015  Scientists Just Made a Major Breakthrough in Understanding Autism
December 23, 2015  Italy: Town bans pizza-making over soaring pollution
December 22, 2015  Climate change shock: Burning fossil fuels 'COOLS planet', says NASA
December 22, 2015  Real Coal for Christmas: No Longer Just a Child's Nightmare
December 22, 2015  Oil Prices Slump to 11-Year Lows in Asia and Europe
December 22, 2015  Exxon's Support of a Tax on Carbon: Rhetoric or Reality?
December 22, 2015  Fearing pollution, Chinese families build 'bubbles' at home
December 22, 2015  How a battery recycler contaminated L.A.-area homes for decades
December 21, 2015  The Only Way to Save Your Beloved Bananas Might Be Genetic Engineering
December 21, 2015  China's Notorious E-Waste Village Disappears Almost Overnight
December 21, 2015  Scientists just discovered a surprising new factor that's damaging tropical forests.
December 21, 2015  Fukushima chief says 'no textbook' for cleanup
December 21, 2015  India's nuclear explosive materials are vulnerable to theft, U.S. officials and experts say
December 21, 2015  As Brazil mine spill reaches ocean, its catastrophic extent becomes clear
December 17, 2015  Greenland has shed more than 9 trillion tons of ice since 1900
December 17, 2015  Internet has revelation that climate change action won't kill the economy after all
December 17, 2015  Will Global Warming Heat Us Beyond Our Physical Limits?
December 17, 2015  Drinking coffee tied to lower risk of death
December 17, 2015  No tangled web
December 17, 2015  To clear air, Supreme Court bans sales of big diesel cars in Delhi
December 16, 2015  Belgium angers Germany with nuclear reactor restart
December 16, 2015  This huge deal is the latest evidence that the battery revolution has arrived
December 16, 2015  Eating lettuce is three times worse for climate than bacon, say scientists
December 16, 2015  Record high Arctic temperatures in 2015 having 'profound effects' on region
December 16, 2015  A 19th-Century Glimpse of a Changing Climate
December 16, 2015  Hazardous smog hits Shanghai as China's bad air spreads
December 15, 2015  Can Canada's new PM stop mining abuses in Latin America?
December 15, 2015  Temporary Delhi diesel vehicle ban leaves automakers in dark, investors jittery
December 15, 2015  Melting glaciers blamed for subtle slowing of Earth's rotation
December 15, 2015  Beijing restaurant starts capitalising on pollution by charging customers for clean air
December 15, 2015  Can the Paris agreement protect poor farmers from climate change?
December 15, 2015  US agency rarely intervened in projects that could risk endangered species
December 14, 2015  John Kerry rejects leading climate scientist's claim Paris talks were 'fraud'
December 14, 2015  Big Oil, Make Way for Big Solar. The Winners and Losers in Paris
December 14, 2015  BP faces Mexican class action lawsuit over Deepwater Horizon oil spill
December 14, 2015  Dow, DuPont Agree on $130B Mega Merger Deal
December 14, 2015  Japan to consider ocean disposal of nuclear waste
December 14, 2015  With landmark climate accord, world marks turn from fossil fuels
December 11, 2015  Metro Vancouver halts incinerator plans, as waste plummets
December 11, 2015  Paris COP21: An Unexpected Move Toward Global Target of 1.5 Degrees
December 11, 2015  Toshiba seeks financial help with £8bn UK nuclear project
December 11, 2015  Clearing up dust's effect on climate
December 11, 2015  Can Pulling Carbon from Air Make a Difference on Climate?
December 11, 2015  The Polluters the Paris Treaty Ignores
December 11, 2015  In Paris, Scientists Debunk UN "Climate" Hysteria
December 10, 2015  Canada climate push spells uncertainty for oil sands
December 10, 2015  US doubles climate adaption aid to nearly $900 million.
December 10, 2015  One quarter of Alaska permafrost could melt by 2100 -- US Geological Survey
December 10, 2015  Delhi pollution: Supreme Court to examine banning diesel cars.
December 10, 2015  Oceans May Be Left Out of Climate Plan, But Here's What's at Stake
December 10, 2015  Climate talks: Slimmed-down draft proposal still leaves major issues unresolved.
December 09, 2015  California billionaire Tom Steyer has rare access and a big megaphone on climate change.
December 09, 2015  Luxury fashion brands are going green. But why are they keeping it a secret?
December 09, 2015  Tar sands alarm as US crude exports to Europe rise
December 09, 2015  Climate Diplomats Have 940 Decisions to Make in Three Days
December 09, 2015  Will we reach peak denial soon?
December 09, 2015  Tea to China? British company sells pollution gear to Beijing.
December 08, 2015  Africa plans renewable energy drive that could make continent world's cleanest
December 08, 2015  U.S. and Others Want Frequent Emission Checks as Part of Paris Deal
December 08, 2015  France moves at 'breakneck speed' to get Paris deal done by end of week
December 08, 2015  Closing in on ALS? Link between lethal disease and algae explored
December 08, 2015  Global emissions to fall for first time during a period of economic growth
December 08, 2015  In Ethiopia, millions face weather-related food shortages, aid group says
December 07, 2015  Arnold Schwarzenegger says climate campaigns need to focus on 'right now' not 2050
December 07, 2015  Trust and Money at Core of Crucial Paris Talks on Climate Change
December 07, 2015  Where is the world's most polluted city?
December 07, 2015  The Japanese barely eat whale. So why do they keep whaling?
December 07, 2015  Fuelling its growth with coal, India champions the poor in Paris
December 07, 2015  Rising waters prompt China's sea change on climate.
December 07, 2015  Rising Commitments Among Corporations and Governments to Reach 100% Renewables
December 07, 2015  EU Circular Economy Package Arrives
December 03, 2015  Earth has lost a third of arable land in past 40 years, scientists say
December 03, 2015  Perfect storm heads for fossil fuel assets
December 03, 2015  The Human Cost of Climate Change
December 03, 2015  India highlights rich-poor climate split
December 03, 2015  How the circular economy could end take-make-waste businesses
December 03, 2015  New Guide to Carbon Pricing Leadership
December 02, 2015  Montana mulls restoration of bison from Yellowstone herds
December 02, 2015  France to spend billions of euros on African green projects
December 02, 2015  The new clean-tech billionaires' club
December 02, 2015  With $45 billion pledge, Mark Zuckerberg imagines 'a world without suffering from disease'
December 02, 2015  China's vacuum-cleaner artist turning Beijing's smog into bricks
December 02, 2015  John Kerry on Climate Change: The Fight of Our Time
December 01, 2015  COP21: 'We need to go much further, much faster'
December 01, 2015  How Billionaires Gates, Bezos and Zuckerberg Could Boost Clean Energy
December 01, 2015  Could drinking beer save the Great Barrier Reef?
December 01, 2015  Obama calls Paris climate talks an 'act of defiance' in wake of recent attacks
December 01, 2015  Monsanto pledges to be carbon neutral by 2021
December 01, 2015  European civilisation in hands of French cheesemakers, says Prince Charles
November 30, 2015  Major powers pledge $20bn for green energy research
November 30, 2015  Chinese Report on Climate Change Depicts Somber Scenarios
November 30, 2015  Prince Charles Asks for End to 'Collective Inertia' on Climate
November 30, 2015  The invisible threat: Rising temperatures mean insects can carry viruses to wider areas.
November 30, 2015  Coke's Chief Scientist, Who Orchestrated Obesity Research, Is Leaving
November 30, 2015  Destruction of Brazil's Amazon forest jumps 16 percent in 2015
November 12, 2015  West Africa Counts Down to Possible End of Ebola, WHO says.
November 12, 2015  Top corporate players admit Climate Action has reached a tipping point
November 12, 2015  'Dragon water' could power the planet
November 12, 2015  Low oil prices should give no cause for complacency for energy security
November 12, 2015  Emerging Market Slowdown Clouding Global Outlook, says OECD
November 12, 2015  Vancouver is First Major City in North America to go 100% Renewable
November 10, 2015  Want to Burn Coal and Save the Planet? Japan Touts a Solution
November 10, 2015  This could be the biggest sign yet that the battery revolution is here
November 10, 2015  Scientists warn of health damage from Indonesia's haze fires
November 10, 2015  Keystone's Dead. Here's What's Next on the Enviros' Hit List
November 10, 2015  Anger over enduring 'environmental horror' in oil-rich, polluted Niger delta
November 10, 2015  From Trees to Tigers, Case Shows Cost of Illegal Logging
November 09, 2015  What does super El Niño mean for the American West?
November 09, 2015  When the river flowed backwards: a town in Brazil mining flood
November 09, 2015  Airpocalypse now: China pollution reaching record levels
November 09, 2015  Australian researchers working on G20 plan to increase global crop yields
November 09, 2015  Two years after typhoon Haiyan, leaders have a duty to act on climate change
November 09, 2015  Muzzled Canadian scientists now free to speak with media
November 05, 2015  Canada's Trudeau Pledges New Climate Focus Ahead of Paris Summit
November 05, 2015  Royal call for switch to low carbon investment
November 05, 2015  Soaring heat and humidity pose deadly threat
November 05, 2015  Municipal Solid Waste -- Key to a Low Carbon Economy
November 05, 2015  Is technology the path to a lower carbon future?
November 05, 2015  We Can't Get There from Here: Why Pricing Congestion is Critical to Beating It
November 04, 2015  Will 'Big Marijuana' obliterate the small family farms of Mendocino County?
November 04, 2015  Nicaragua's Interoceanic Canal, a Nightmare for Environmentalists
November 04, 2015  Water experts: Arizona faces challenges, but it's no California
November 04, 2015  Paris to stop traffic when air pollution spikes
November 04, 2015  Kenyan youths renounce crime to protect forests
November 04, 2015  Oil Spill Aftermath: Why Baby Dolphins May Be Rare in Gulf Waters
November 03, 2015  The Paris Climate Conference: Last Chance for Planet Earth?
November 03, 2015  Experts dispute NASA study showing Antarctic ice gain
November 03, 2015  To Prevent Malaria in Humans, Scientists Try Protecting Pigs
November 03, 2015  Still no flying cars? The future of transit promises something even better
November 03, 2015  TransCanada seeks Keystone XL delay, taking decision off Obama's hands
November 03, 2015  Delhi's air pollution is causing a health crisis. So, what can be done?
November 02, 2015  Antarctica is actually gaining ice, says NASA. Is global warming over?
November 02, 2015  The 6,000-Calorie Diet
November 02, 2015  Los Angeles considers officially 'drought shaming' water violators
November 02, 2015  New NASA data shows Brazil's drought deeper than thought
November 02, 2015  Turning Manure Into Gold: The Fecal Economy
November 02, 2015  Canadian researcher targeted by hate campaign over Fukushima findings
November 02, 2015  New plant tests US appetite for seawater desalination
November 02, 2015  India's capital starts 'pollution toll' for trucks
October 29, 2015  Brazil Deals Blow to Schwarzenegger-Championed Carbon Trade
October 29, 2015  El Niño Could Push CO2 Permanently Above Milestone
October 29, 2015  Heat stress from global warming may stifle economic growth, new studies show
October 29, 2015  Governments to raise $22 billion from carbon pricing in 2015: report
October 29, 2015  Olympic Sailing in Rio Still Planned for Polluted Guanabara Bay
October 29, 2015  Egypt finds way to make salt water drinkable with half the energy
October 29, 2015  China ends one-child policy after 35 years
October 29, 2015  What's poppin' in Denmark? Popcorn with safer packaging
October 28, 2015  How to make the most of carbon dioxide
October 28, 2015  In Cuba, an Abundance of Love but a Lack of Babies
October 28, 2015  Exiled by nuclear tests, now threatened by climate change, Bikini islanders seek refuge in U.S.
October 28, 2015  Australia ranks number one with the most organically farmed land in the world
October 28, 2015  Mining Companies Keep Drawing Water from Canada's Athabasca River as It Runs Dry
October 28, 2015  Indonesia considers national emergency over forest fires
October 27, 2015  The Clothing of the Future Is Dipped in Silver
October 27, 2015  An intolerable unimaginable heat forecast for Persian Gulf
October 27, 2015  Glee, Panic and Yawns: U.S. Reacts to Report on Meat and Cancer
October 27, 2015  Pooped out: absence of big mammals foils ecosystem fertilization
October 27, 2015  If one country takes the lead, will the rest follow?
October 27, 2015  Global Climate Agreement -- A Bridge Too Far?
October 27, 2015  Will we always have Paris?
October 27, 2015  The Arguments Against Climate Action Are Crumbling Fast
October 26, 2015  In Hawaii, dolphins caught in fight over sonar
October 26, 2015  Tesla, the Indian Version
October 26, 2015  As oil industry bleeds jobs, Asia's green energy drive offers bright spot
October 26, 2015  Trudeau has all the grounds to make a striking plan on climate change
October 26, 2015  Volkswagen Inquiry's Focus to Include Managers Who Turned a Blind Eye
October 26, 2015  Leaked map reveals Big Gas eyeing most biodiverse place on earth
October 26, 2015  Climate change a major health threat to children, doctors warn
October 26, 2015  Is Grass-Fed Beef Better for You?
October 23, 2015  How hungry is China for the world's food?
October 22, 2015  VW's Emissions Retrofit May Be Among Costliest Recalls Ever
October 22, 2015  Abrupt climate change can occur below 2°C warming
October 22, 2015  Are we at a climate crossroads?
October 22, 2015  Smart Water Market $35.9 Billion over next decade
October 22, 2015  Calls for Price on Carbon Increasing Ahead of Paris Climate Talks
October 22, 2015  The Trans-Pacific Partnership --- friend or foe to the environment?
October 22, 2015  Climate scientists say Europe faces a big chill
October 22, 2015  Emissions growth can be slowed to a crawl -- IEA
October 21, 2015  Google, Walmart and corporate energy 2.0
October 21, 2015  Converting Non-recycling Plastics into Oil Could Add $9 Billion to US Economy
October 21, 2015  Trudeau Victory Ushers in Prospect of New Climate Era in Canada
October 21, 2015  Indonesian fires are pouring huge amounts of carbon into the atmosphere
October 21, 2015  The California 'Duck Curve' That Will Jolt Its Power Grid
October 21, 2015  And Now for Some Good News About Climate Change
October 21, 2015  Japan to Pay Cancer Bills for Fukushima Worker
October 21, 2015  How Could Volkswagen's Top Engineers Not Have Known?
October 21, 2015  Clean the Fleece, Dirty the Planet
October 21, 2015  These Nail Polish Brands Contain a Chemical That Could Mess With Your Hormones
October 20, 2015  Canada's Harper follows fellow "climate villain" Abbott into political oblivion
October 20, 2015  Activists say solar can power India, but politics and economics of coal win out
October 20, 2015  Scientists Discover 41 Global Warming 'Tipping Points' That Could Trigger Natural Disasters
October 20, 2015  Japan acknowledges possible radiation casualty at Fukushima nuclear plant
October 20, 2015  Drought causes 450-year-old Mexican church to emerge from reservoir
October 20, 2015  Frozen 'doomsday vault' containing almost every seed on Earth has been opened
October 20, 2015  How humans are driving the sixth mass extinction
October 20, 2015  Sunny side up in Canada as Justin Trudeau's light touch revives Liberals
October 19, 2015  Tire Pyrolysis Researchers Find Use For Recovered Carbon In Batteries | Tyre Pyrolysis Systems
October 19, 2015  Energy giants want to be part of a green agenda but will they go far enough?
October 19, 2015  The rainforests hold the key to taming El Niño's destruction
October 19, 2015  Tensions ahead of last round of UN climate talks before Paris conference
October 19, 2015  Why the Philippines is Being Battered By Yet Another Fearsome Typhoon
October 19, 2015  Plastic-Eating Mealworms Can Safely Digest Styrofoam
October 19, 2015  7 Fascinating Facts About Bats
October 19, 2015  Australian sailing pressures Rio over water pollution
October 19, 2015  Indigenous Canadians take leading role in battle against tar sands pipeline
October 15, 2015  Inside the Koch Brothers' Industrial Empire
October 15, 2015  Ebola Lingers in Semen for Months, Studies Confirm
October 15, 2015  A Megacity Without Water: São Paulo's Drought
October 15, 2015  The Rapid and Startling Decline
October 15, 2015  The future of corporate reporting -- deeper and with greater scrutiny
October 15, 2015  Major Corporations Voice Support for a Paris Climate Agreement
October 15, 2015  A new landscape of global crises -- everything is connected
October 15, 2015  Impacts of global warming will impoverish oceans -- New Report
October 13, 2015  El Niño could leave 4 million people in Pacific without food or drinking water
October 13, 2015  A $60 billion industry is shockingly unregulated.
October 13, 2015  Safe at last? The first Fukushima community declared fit for humans
October 13, 2015  Climate apocalypse is here, now: Science fiction has become our new reality.
October 13, 2015  Four more carmakers join diesel emissions row
October 13, 2015  The Nicaragua Canal: Still a Very Bad Plan
October 13, 2015  DuPont Found Liable in Teflon Toxin Trial
October 13, 2015  Laws help enforce some environmental treaties - but not on climate
October 08, 2015  Climate Aid Reaching $62 Billion Placates Developing World
October 08, 2015  Head of VW in US will tell Congress he knew of emissions rigging in early 2014
October 08, 2015  Poop, flush, power!
October 08, 2015  Who dies and who survives during a mass extinction? A tantalizing clue.
October 08, 2015  Solving the Problem of Plastic Waste in the World's Oceans
October 08, 2015  Visualizing the Emerging Markets of the Future
October 08, 2015  Renewables to lead world power market growth to 2020
October 08, 2015  World is undergoing a major population shift with far-reaching implications
October 07, 2015  The FDA is trying to keep 'hip-hop' teens from smoking.
October 07, 2015  How China and U.S. Became Unlikely Partners on Climate
October 07, 2015  Big palm oil's pledge to preserve forests vexes Indonesia
October 07, 2015  Wind and solar keep getting cheaper and cheaper
October 07, 2015  John West accused of breaking tuna pledge to end 'destructive' fishing methods
October 07, 2015  Coal, Which Built a Chinese City, Now Threatens to Bury It
October 07, 2015  Study links dengue epidemics to high temperatures in Southeast Asia
October 07, 2015  Lawsuit over DuPont Teflon-making chemical C8 goes to jury
October 06, 2015  Canada to pay out $4.3-billion to farmers in wake of TPP deal
October 06, 2015  Delhi given 3 days to come up with plan to fight pollution
October 06, 2015  CITE: The $1 billion city that nobody calls home
October 06, 2015  Super funds with $1 trillion in assets push for action on climate
October 06, 2015  Why the Philippines is the world's 3rd biggest dumper of plastics in the ocean.
October 06, 2015  India leads Asia's dash for coal as emissions blow east
October 06, 2015  Wildlife thriving around Chernobyl nuclear plant despite radiation
October 05, 2015  China to hasten roll-out of car charging network
October 05, 2015  Big Trees First to Die in Severe Droughts
October 05, 2015  Alaska Seeks Federal Money to Move a Village Threatened by Climate Change
October 05, 2015  Car emissions test body receives 70% of cash from motor industry
October 05, 2015  World's "extremely poor" to fall below 10 pct of global population
October 05, 2015  It's gotten harder to lose weight and not for the reasons you think
October 05, 2015  Canada penny-pinched on science libraries while lavishing funds on religion and oil.
October 05, 2015  Children who are born 'pre-polluted.'
October 01, 2015  The burning question: How does global warming affect investors?
October 01, 2015  Everything you need to know about the surprisingly cold 'blob' in the North Atlantic ocean
October 01, 2015  No long-term future in tar sands, says Alberta's premier
October 01, 2015  We're Surrounded by Way More Chemicals Than We Thought
October 01, 2015  Smoking While Children In The Car Now Illegal
October 01, 2015  Wide range of cars emit more pollution in realistic driving tests, data shows
October 01, 2015  Indonesia evacuating infants as air pollution soars.
October 01, 2015  Vinyl flooring chemical linked to high blood pressure during pregnancy
September 30, 2015  The $100 Billion Question on Climate Starts to Find an Answer
September 30, 2015  Nuclear industry to push for Australia to adopt 'clean, affordable power'
September 30, 2015  Greenpeace report slams Brazil plan for Tapajos dam in Amazon
September 30, 2015  Volkswagen to refit cars affected by emissions scandal
September 30, 2015  Alaska divided as Shell halts Arctic drilling: heartbreaking news or a miracle?
September 30, 2015  Safer battery could spark investment in renewables
September 30, 2015  Harder rains set to fall as the world warms
September 30, 2015  From Novice to Expert
September 29, 2015  Reinsurers call for action at climate change summit
September 29, 2015  3 Reasons Why Shell Halted Drilling In the Arctic
September 29, 2015  New report shows chasm between car test results and real world
September 29, 2015  China-U.S. deal sets bar low ahead of Paris climate talks
September 29, 2015  Solar energy becomes a major power player in the Middle East
September 29, 2015  Shell has frozen its Arctic oil drilling -- but it's still hungry for fossil fuels
September 29, 2015  More research needed on US earthquakes possibly tied to oil and gas work
September 29, 2015  How Many Deaths Did Volkswagen's Deception Cause in the U.S.?
September 28, 2015  Why isn't climate change a bigger part of this election?
September 28, 2015  How the world's 80 to 100 supercentenarians may hold the key to long lives for the rest of us
September 28, 2015  Beverage Giants, the Next Big Tobacco
September 28, 2015  Investors Are Mining for Water, the Next Hot Commodity
September 28, 2015  Deadly diesel pollution has been hiding in plain sight
September 28, 2015  Top science book prize won by woman for first time
September 28, 2015  Pope's climate push is 'raving nonsense' without population control, says top US scientist
September 28, 2015  Hey waiter, this fish tastes like plastic!
September 24, 2015  Storm suspected of carrying new corn disease into U.S.
September 24, 2015  Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone, but other pipelines have forged ahead
September 24, 2015  Russia rejects criticism of greenhouse gas plan, will not amend
September 24, 2015  Number of U.S. Coal Mines Falls to Lowest on Record
September 24, 2015  Pope Francis Challenges Congress to Heal World's 'Open Wounds'
September 24, 2015  Brazil threatens to withhold licence for Belo Monte dam over mitigation worries
September 24, 2015  The pesky fly threatening Florida's massive fruit industry
September 24, 2015  Scientists say car emissions rigging raises health concerns
September 23, 2015  Volkswagen's Chief in the Vortex of the Storm
September 23, 2015  Breakthrough against coral destroying starfish
September 23, 2015  Hillary Clinton breaks silence on Keystone XL pipeline: 'I oppose it'
September 23, 2015  Democrats hopeful pope's visit will end climate change denial in Congress
September 23, 2015  Ikea shows off its new ethical stance ... on seafood
September 23, 2015  California seeks to build one of world's largest recycled water programs
September 23, 2015  As droughts worsen, joined-up adaptations build resilience in arid Kenya
September 23, 2015  The rise of diesel in Europe: the impact on health and pollution
September 22, 2015  How Your Trash Is Contributing to Climate Change
September 22, 2015  Scientists calculate the dramatic economic cost of a warming Arctic
September 22, 2015  OECD: leading countries spend $200bn a year subsidising fossil fuels
September 22, 2015  Rare Champagne grapes flourish with global warming
September 22, 2015  Exxon Confirmed Global Warming Consensus in 1982 with In-House Climate Models
September 22, 2015  The nuclear disaster at Fukushima didn't have to happen
September 22, 2015  Syrian war spurs first withdrawal from doomsday Arctic seed vault
September 22, 2015  Blocks From the Pope's Mass, a Dumping Ground for the Nation's Capital
September 21, 2015  Carbon pricing schemes double since 2012 in climate fight: World Bank
September 21, 2015  Drilling for Arctic oil is not viable yet, says IEA chief
September 21, 2015  Popular pope comes with a climate change message that Congress may not want to hear
September 21, 2015  Beyond Sprawl: A New Vision of The Solar Suburbs of the Future
September 21, 2015  Thousands of evacuees head home as California blazes near containment
September 21, 2015  One third of US construction market could be green by 2018
September 21, 2015  EPA accuses Volkswagen of cheating Clean Air Act, orders recall
September 21, 2015  The Forgotten Project That Could Have Saved America From Drought
September 17, 2015  Arctic experts warn of urgent need for collaboration
September 17, 2015  Global warming's one-two punch: extreme heat and drought
September 17, 2015  Sustainable investing: are companies finally moving money away from fossil fuels?
September 17, 2015  Global drought: why is no one discussing fresh water at Cop21?
September 17, 2015  'America is not a planet': Republicans resist climate change action at debate
September 17, 2015  Swimming Body Calls for Virus Testing in Rio Olympic Water
September 17, 2015  Study: Air Pollution Kills 3.3 Million Worldwide, May Double
September 17, 2015  Olympic organisers destroy 'sacred' South Korean forest to create ski run
September 16, 2015  DuPont argues C8 didn't cause woman's cancer
September 16, 2015  Nearly half the world's marine species wiped out in single generation
September 16, 2015  F.D.A. Bans Sales of 4 Cigarette Products by R.J. Reynolds
September 16, 2015  Global Consumption Trends Break New Records
September 16, 2015  The Grand Challenge -- Making Captured CO2 Useful
September 16, 2015  Sea-level changes -- 50 meters high and rising
September 16, 2015  Why the Oil Sands May Never See Another New Mining Project Built
September 16, 2015  Low-carbon cities are a US$17 trillion opportunity worldwide
September 15, 2015  Fukushima dumps first batch of once-radioactive water in sea
September 15, 2015  Earth just had its first storm-free hurricane peak in 38 years
September 15, 2015  Spread of deserts costs trillions, spurs migrants: study
September 15, 2015  Paris 2015: August smashes global heat record as giant El Nino builds
September 15, 2015  U.S. caps numbers of whales, turtles snared by California gillnets
September 15, 2015  Eating bugs could save the planet. But can we stomach it?
September 15, 2015  DuPont to face first trial over C-8 exposure
September 15, 2015  Study Predicts Antarctica Ice Melt if All Fossil Fuels Are Burned
September 10, 2015  Israel's 300 Days of Sun No Help as Offshore Gas Eclipses Solar
September 10, 2015  More than 100,000 flee floods in Japan after 'once-in-50-years' rain
September 10, 2015  Ice breaker: US Coast Guard sends first solo ship to North Pole
September 10, 2015  Shell bringing world's deepest floating oil production vessel to Gulf of Mexico
September 10, 2015  Europe is parched, in a sign of times to come
September 10, 2015  Away From Olympics, Sewage Blights Vast Swaths of Rio
September 10, 2015  The Amazon tribe protecting the forest with bows, arrows, GPS and camera traps
September 10, 2015  World must avert devastating flood of climate refugees
September 09, 2015  Indonesia investigates 10 firms over smog-causing forest fires
September 09, 2015  Cheap gas slows electric car sales as trucks and SUVs break records
September 09, 2015  World's Leading Polluters Have Racked Up a $10 Trillion Carbon Debt
September 09, 2015  Modi fiddles as drought shrivels India's crops
September 09, 2015  It's After Labor Day, So Why Is It Still So Hot?
September 09, 2015  Heavy sandstorm sweeps across Middle East
September 09, 2015  These clean energy investments could save the world's cities trillions of dollars
September 09, 2015  Deforestation halved over past decades.
September 08, 2015  Everyone in the US and Australia owes $12,000 in CO2 emissions
September 08, 2015  China Seeks Factory Relocations In Wake Of Tianjin Disaster
September 08, 2015  Bhopal: First trial burning of toxic waste clears green test
September 08, 2015  How long will I live? The answer may be in the genes
September 08, 2015  Is Living in Beijing Really Like Smoking 40 Cigarettes a Day?
September 08, 2015  65 per cent of Europe's electronic waste is stolen or mismanaged
September 08, 2015  Fukushima: Japan allows residents of Naraha to return four years after disaster.
September 08, 2015  California EPA Moves to Label Monsanto's Roundup 'Carcinogenic'
September 04, 2015  Frosty relations over future of the Arctic
September 04, 2015  Summer Sea Ice Likely to Drop to 4th Lowest on Record
September 04, 2015  Greener cities are cooler cities -- Urban density helps save the environment
September 04, 2015  Grey Swans -- Climate Change Harbingers of Death and Destruction
September 04, 2015  Seeing the forest and the trees, all 3 trillion of them
September 04, 2015  Investment in resource innovation needed for a key tech ecosystem
September 03, 2015  India's monsoon rains seen falling short of previous forecast
September 03, 2015  Climate change will alter ocean bacteria crucial to food chain
September 03, 2015  Increase in rate of Brazilian Amazon deforestation raises alarm
September 03, 2015  The controversy over Shell's Arctic oil drilling, explained
September 03, 2015  Fat cat pay at fossil fuel companies drives climate crisis -- report
September 03, 2015  In Alaska: Too Many Fires, Not Enough Snow
September 03, 2015  Native protesters seize oil wells in Peru to urge government action
September 03, 2015  "Bomb trains" continue to roll through heavily populated areas
September 02, 2015  Pope Francis calls on wealthy and powerful to protect Earth
September 02, 2015  A Warmer North Pacific Is Staying Warmer, With Dramatic Impact on Marine Life
September 02, 2015  Better Health a Key Benefit of Renewables, Study Says
September 02, 2015  Water will be clean in time for Games: Rio 2016 chief
September 02, 2015  Here's How Many of Japan's Idle Nuclear Plants Are Likely to Reopen
September 02, 2015  The Global Fight Over Our Drinking Water Is Just Getting Started
September 02, 2015  Even the Bottom of the Grand Canyon is Now Contaminated
September 02, 2015  Fukushima-related child cancers unlikely to rise: IAEA
September 01, 2015  Japan nuclear power outlook bleak despite first reactor restart
September 01, 2015  Yes, a Warmer Arctic Means Cold Winters Elsewhere. Here's How.
September 01, 2015  Slowing global warming would save tens of trillions of dollars.
September 01, 2015  U.N. climate talks begin divided, but with hope for Paris accord
September 01, 2015  Climate change means one world's death and another's birth.
September 01, 2015  Almost every seabird 'will have eaten plastic by 2050' because of ocean pollution
September 01, 2015  Waiting for Formaldehyde Limits 10 Years After Katrina
September 01, 2015  The key to water security could be lurking in a New Mexico sewage farm
August 31, 2015  "Smart" solar palm trees power Wi-Fi, phones in Dubai
August 31, 2015  President Obama to Run Wild With Bear Grylls
August 31, 2015  Behind Deadly Tianjin Blast, Shortcuts and Lax Rules
August 31, 2015  U.S. Is Playing Catch-Up With Russia in Scramble for the Arctic
August 31, 2015  Regulator in Canada's Alberta shuts in 95 Nexen pipelines over "noncompliance"
August 31, 2015  Morphological defects found in Japanese fir trees around Fukushima nuclear plant
August 31, 2015  Scientists squabble while Africa's only penguins perish
August 31, 2015  More evidence of Roundup's link to kidney, liver damage
August 26, 2015  Yes, some oil will have to stay in the ground
August 26, 2015  Brazil builds climate tower in pristine Amazon jungle
August 26, 2015  Sewage spill caused by rain flows into Honolulu's Waikiki Beach
August 26, 2015  Coca-Cola to reach water goal five years early
August 26, 2015  China lawmakers discuss new pollution bill, coal cap clause expected
August 26, 2015  Charles Koch blasts Barack Obama
August 26, 2015  How a Volcanic Eruption in 1815 Darkened the World but Colored the Arts
August 26, 2015  Germany follows Scotland's example with move to ban all GM crops
August 25, 2015  Fishermen OK Tepco's plan to dump Fukushima plant water into sea
August 25, 2015  How do you sell electric vehicles? Not the way Elon Musk does, says one of his disciples
August 25, 2015  Obama hits Koch Brothers for opposing solar power
August 25, 2015  Earth is on track to lose an India-sized chunk of its tropical forests by mid-century
August 25, 2015  A Giant Glob of Deadly Algae Is Floating off the West Coast
August 25, 2015  Concerns mount over whale deaths in Gulf of Alaska
August 25, 2015  Racially Disparate Views of New Orleans's Recovery After Hurricane Katrina
August 25, 2015  In the race to save species, GMOs are coming to nature
August 24, 2015  The race for Pole position: An international grapple over the Arctic sea bed
August 24, 2015  Cesium contamination persists in ocean floor near Fukushima Daiichi site
August 24, 2015  China capital to move more polluting industry to heavily polluted Hebei
August 24, 2015  Boaters mapping Pacific garbage arrive in San Francisco
August 24, 2015  Arctic drilling: Bad now, worse for the future.
August 24, 2015  The World's Hot Spot
August 24, 2015  GMOs, Herbicides, and Public Health
August 24, 2015  Here's where every single presidential candidate stands on Keystone --- except Hillary Clinton
August 20, 2015  Examining the fate of Fukushima contaminants
August 20, 2015  Muslims get emission religion
August 20, 2015  India's Adani in talks with Softbank, Foxconn on $3 billion solar plan
August 20, 2015  Nuclear slogan writer who saw the light now banks on solar power
August 20, 2015  One of the world's fastest melting glaciers may have just lost its biggest chunk of ice on record
August 20, 2015  Invasive plants spread fast in billion-dollar threat
August 20, 2015  The three wonders of the ancient world solving modern water problems
August 20, 2015  Cyanide in waters near China blast site 277 times acceptable level
August 19, 2015  China investigates top work safety regulator after Tianjin blasts
August 19, 2015  The fracking 'loophole' that just keeps growing
August 19, 2015  Clinton parts with Obama administration on Arctic drilling
August 19, 2015  Chinese Banks Shunning Small Deals Pushes Solar to Crowdfunding
August 19, 2015  Fear of Toxic Air and Distrust of Government Follow Tianjin Blasts
August 19, 2015  What Is Killing America's Bees and What Does It Mean for Us?
August 19, 2015  The World Needs More Green Bonds
August 19, 2015  Government of Québec Launches 12-storey Wood Building Construction Guide
August 18, 2015  Cost of not acting on climate change $44 trillion
August 18, 2015  Asia's Rapidly Shrinking Glaciers Could Have Ripple Effect
August 18, 2015  Global warming is reversing 1,800 years of natural ocean cooling, study finds
August 18, 2015  Food crises to become more common as climate changes
August 18, 2015  Global Extinction Rates: Why Do Estimates Vary So Wildly?
August 18, 2015  Cuba on edge as drought worsens
August 18, 2015  Toxic algae is killing West Coast sea lions, shows no sign of diminishing.
August 18, 2015  President Obama announces Clean Power Plan
August 17, 2015  Climate 'alarm bells' are ringing, Obama says ahead of Arctic summit
August 17, 2015  Fukushima operator's mounting legal woes to fuel nuclear opposition
August 17, 2015  China's villagers reject their own crops, citing pollution from nearby chemical plants
August 17, 2015  Tianjin blasts: fears of cyanide pollution as Chinese officials lambasted
August 17, 2015  Corn wars.
August 17, 2015  The next drought: Water officials endorse a 'less is more' strategy for the future
August 17, 2015  Vacation in Rome? Or on That Oil Rig?
August 17, 2015  Coal's Devastation
August 13, 2015  Muslim Scholars Prepare Call for Action on Climate Change
August 13, 2015  How Japan pushes coal on the world
August 13, 2015  What seafood is OK to eat, anyway? Ask an expert
August 13, 2015  Myanmar evacuates thousands as worst floods in decades hit
August 13, 2015  Taking the pulse of nuclear energy
August 13, 2015  Death Toll Rises to 50 in Massive Blasts at Chinese Port
August 13, 2015  Humans have already used up 2015's supply of Earth's resources
August 13, 2015  Athletes worry about 2016 Olympics.
August 12, 2015  Both sides brace as decision on Keystone XL pipeline nears
August 12, 2015  Obama issues challenge on climate change with power plant rule
August 12, 2015  Pope sets up yearly Catholic Church day of care for environment
August 12, 2015  Global Population To Surpass 11 Billion By 2100 Fueled By Growth In Africa
August 12, 2015  Rio water pollution suspected as cause of 13 U.S. rowers' illnesses
August 12, 2015  The dangerous search for emeralds in Colombia.
August 12, 2015  Former Justice Stevens calls mercury ruling 'mind-boggling'
August 12, 2015  Japan split over restart of first nuclear reactor since Fukushima disaster
August 10, 2015  From fleece jackets to your food: The scary journey of microplastics.
August 10, 2015  Cleaning up: This $25 billion industry generates 220,000 jobs
August 10, 2015  Coal industry wobbles as market forces slug away.
August 10, 2015  Killer Heat Grows Hotter around the World
August 10, 2015  Is the Oil Industry Off a Cliff or Just in a Down Cycle?
August 10, 2015  Ten years on, Hurricane Katrina's scars endure for black New Orleans
August 10, 2015  OMG... Greenland's ice sheets are melting fast
August 10, 2015  What It's Like To Fight Ebola When the World Stops Listening
August 06, 2015  An Arctic drilling venture gives Shell headaches on top of economic woes
August 06, 2015  Half a Billion Dollars Gets You a Gentler Climate Plan
August 06, 2015  Treasures revealed as California drought drains lakes
August 06, 2015  China's steel city feels impact of pollution regulations
August 06, 2015  Billionaire wants oil refiners to disclose California profit
August 06, 2015  How to beat the next Ebola
August 06, 2015  Russia Stakes New Claim to Expanse in the Arctic
August 06, 2015  Feeding people on our stressed planet will require a "revolution"
August 05, 2015  SUSTAINABILITY: Is it still possible?
August 05, 2015  CO2 removal cannot save the oceans
August 05, 2015  Is Canadian hydropower the solution to Northeast's high energy prices?
August 05, 2015  The World Economy in One Visualization
August 05, 2015  Arctic's melting ice shrinks shipping routes
August 05, 2015  TELUS use of Green Mortgage Bonds a North America first
August 05, 2015  Canada's largest solar energy project now on line
August 05, 2015  Food Waste, Hunger and Climate Change -- The Hidden Connection
August 05, 2015  U.S. takes historic action on Climate Change with Clean Power Plan
August 04, 2015  Stop burning fossil fuels now: there is no CO2 'technofix', scientists warn
August 04, 2015  'I drank the water and ate the fish. We all did. The acid has damaged me permanently'
August 04, 2015  Ebola vaccine works, offering 100% protection in African trial
August 04, 2015  How the Persian Gulf Might Solve Its Water Problem
August 04, 2015  Iran city hits suffocating heat index of 165 degrees, near world record
August 04, 2015  World Bank rejects energy industry notion that coal can cure poverty
August 04, 2015  Filthy Rio water a threat at 2016 Olympics
August 04, 2015  The search for sustainable plastics
August 04, 2015  UN: Expect 11.2 billion population by the end of the century
July 29, 2015  U.S. lawmaker says Obama is about to reject Keystone XL pipeline project
July 29, 2015  Brazil Arrests Nuclear Chief in Widening of Graft Case
July 29, 2015  'Carbon sink' detected underneath world's deserts
July 29, 2015  Climate change: world's wealthiest understand, but only half see it as threat
July 29, 2015  French climate ambassador concerned over slow progress of draft Paris deal
July 29, 2015  Freakishly High Temperatures Trigger Ice Melt, Flooding and Mudslides in Tajikistan
July 29, 2015  Will There Be Blood?
July 29, 2015  It's not climate change---it's everything change.
July 28, 2015  Global warming and sea level rise
July 28, 2015  New solar cell promises a ten-fold increase in hydrogen fuel output
July 28, 2015  Are massive wildfires the new normal?
July 28, 2015  Bad News for Climate-Change Deniers
July 28, 2015  As we prepare for the UN climate talks, a look at what's changed since Copenhagen
July 28, 2015  NASA launches mission to Greenland
July 28, 2015  Climate change 'triple threat' increases severe flooding risk in biggest cities
July 28, 2015  Thousands of salmon die in hotter-than-usual Northwest rivers
July 27, 2015  Greens eye Trump's rise with 'amusement and horror'
July 27, 2015  Why the world is saying 'No' to fishing at the North Pole
July 27, 2015  Oil Producers' Ugly Duckling Refineries Just Turned Into Swans
July 27, 2015  Myth of pristine Amazon rainforest busted as old cities reappear
July 27, 2015  Police burn down illegal gold mine town in Peru
July 27, 2015  Sri Lanka to harness wasted rainwater for crops, power
July 27, 2015  China's Global Ambitions, With Loans and Strings Attached
July 27, 2015  A week in the mysterious sleeping villages of Kazakhstan.
July 16, 2015  Sorry, Foodies: We're About to Ruin Kale
July 16, 2015  Vatican keeps up eco-pressure, invites mayors to see pope
July 16, 2015  Two new trials of Ebola vaccines begin in Europe and Africa
July 16, 2015  Weedkiller suspected of causing cancer deemed 'safe'
July 16, 2015  Water as currency? Why Nairobi introduced H2O ATMs
July 16, 2015  The Really Big One
July 16, 2015  China struggles to contain the environmental damage of its rapid growth
July 16, 2015  Study finds those living near shale wells more likely to be hospitalized
July 15, 2015  'Only fear of punishment will deter people from polluting Ganges'
July 15, 2015  Groups want Shell's Arctic plans stopped after ship damaged
July 15, 2015  To sustain its forests, Asia needs to invest in local people
July 15, 2015  Congo looks to insect farming in fight against hunger
July 15, 2015  Water Demand To Increase 55% Globally By 2050
July 15, 2015  Monsanto says panel to review WHO finding on cancer link to herbicide
July 15, 2015  Climate change brings ill winds for airline industry
July 15, 2015  Pan-American action statement on climate change signed in Ontario
July 14, 2015  India Calls for End to Extravagance as It Works on Climate Plan
July 14, 2015  America's Dirtiest Power Companies, Ranked
July 14, 2015  Radiation and pollution fears stall construction of India neutrino observatory
July 14, 2015  Inhaled Ebola Vaccine Stops Virus in Monkeys, Study Finds
July 14, 2015  Natural gas edges past coal to become biggest US electricity source for first time ever
July 14, 2015  China says 75 percent of cities failed to meet air standards in June
July 14, 2015  What's growing beneath London? Underground urban farm takes root.
July 14, 2015  Zimbabwe's desperate gold rush poisons children with mercury
July 13, 2015  Fossil fuel industry must 'implode' to avoid climate disaster, says top scientist
July 13, 2015  Coal is not dead: New study describes forces behind the 'coal renaissance'
July 13, 2015  What kind of car is the most green, fuel efficient and budget friendly?
July 13, 2015  Lego Tries to Build a Better Brick
July 13, 2015  What Is Climate Change Doing to Your Health?
July 13, 2015  Pesticide content found in mothers milk in Sirsa, India
July 13, 2015  Pressure increases in Hong Kong for more lead tests at public housing estates
July 13, 2015  Massive debris removal project to get underway in Alaska
July 09, 2015  World is on a collision course with fossil fuels
July 09, 2015  Exxon knew of climate change in 1981, email says -- but it funded deniers for 27 more years
July 09, 2015  From Pope Francis to Green Muslims</