While climate change may be complex and difficult terrain, rediscovering our industrial infrastructure is compelling.
Texas is getting close to the point where it will require a miracle of global politics and coordination to avoid summers like 2011 in the future
A video commissioned by the Planet Under Pressure conference promotes a stark environmental message.
The Perennial Plate, a series about sustainable eating, checks out the effort to bring the Chesapeake Bay's oyster population back to historic levels.
To address climate change we need to improve the US electric grid.
Industry giants say their case is misguided. But that isn't stopping a group of high school students from using the legal system to make environmental demands.
What happens when demand for this essential resource starts exceeding supply in many parts of the world?
The many benefits of persuading drivers to commute on two wheels
Washington is waving the white flag on green
There are valid concerns about genetically modified agriculture, but it's worth balancing those against the needs of a hungry world.
Thanks to some geological luck, drilling in the United States is much cheaper than abroad.
A pioneering ship proves a point about the possibilities of renewable energy.
New methods for understanding the link between genes and living things have helped quadruple the average cow's milk production since your parents were born.
The Perennial Plate, a series about sustainable food, goes to Boca Grande, Florida, to meet the island's "Lizard Patrol."
How we're built for bias in public life -- and why that makes it so hard to fix our irrational political structures.
America's using less and less, and exports might not be able to save the industry.
To call attention to issues of light pollution and the lack of green space in cities, Luzinterruptus, a street art collective in Spain, created an eerie sidewalk installation of "mutant weeds."
While Americans take comfort in shows predicting disaster and myths about the end of the world, the real debate over climate change has stalled.
In celebration of Earth Day, a collection of thoughts about how our planet looks from orbit
Obama has one answer. The Republicans have another. And both are wrong.
A look into the dispute over Apple's massive datacenter in North Carolina.