huffingtonpost.com 10 hours ago
This little creature is technically a pygmy marmoset. But did we mention that it's tiny?
nytimes.com 9 hours ago
Refining Canada’s petroleum-soaked oil sands produces petroleum coke, which an environmentalist calls “the dirtiest residue from the dirtiest oil on earth.”
npr.org 42 mins ago
Atmospheric scientist Ira Leifer installed special air sensors on a camper, then drove from Florida to California, measuring methane levels all along the way...
guardian.co.uk 15 hours ago
Lucy Siegle: Last month's factory collapse in Bangladesh revealed horrible truths about the clothes industry. There has never been a better time to choose your shopping carefully
guardian.co.uk 2 hours ago
Esther and Verena Roth, founders of Plümo, tell us what's making stylish online shoppers click this summer
huffingtonpost.com 15 hours ago
A coyote puppy suffered what would have been a deadly encounter with a cholla cactus on Tuesday. Thankfully, three good Samaritans came to its rescue and their story is now going viral.
guardian.co.uk 19 hours ago
Nafeez Ahmed: US National Strategy for the Arctic Region prioritises corporate 'economic opportunities' at the expense of everyone else
theblaze.com 19 hours ago
Tests and scientific experts have already claimed that many health and environmental concerns tied to hydraulic fracturing for natural gas, often voiced by opponents of the process, lack scientific...
guardian.co.uk 17 May
Alexander White: Claims that Julia Gillard's unpopularity were linked to her introduction of carbon pricing in 2012 don't stack up
guardian.co.uk 22 hours ago
Visual essays by Franke James reveal how the 'troublesome artist' was targeted because her views on climate change clashed with the push to develop Alberta's tar sands
chinadigitaltimes.net 2 hours ago
At The Guardian, Jonathan Kaiman reports the approval by Chinese environmental officials of a proposed 314-meter-tall dam despite fears about its effects on the ecology of Sichuan’s Dadu River, an...
guardian.co.uk 15 May
Of more than 4,000 academic papers published over 20 years, 97.1% agreed that climate change is anthropogenic
guardian.co.uk 20 hours ago
A journalist and an activist tell of four years of struggle under the shadow of arrests, beatings and torture
grist.org 20 hours ago
OK, Holland, we get it! You have all the nice things!
grist.org 14 hours ago
Want more rappers? Make more parks.
npr.org 14 hours ago
A new study confirms that the vast majority of scientists who research the climate accept that the planet is warming and human beings are largely responsible...
huffingtonpost.com 21 hours ago
Despite the fact that ExxonMobil is still a significant contrarian funder, the flurry of media interest in the company's funding agenda sparked by UCS's exposé died down soon after its release and...
guardian.co.uk 17 hours ago
Royal Horticultural Society to unveil 100 'brightly coloured mythical creatures' painted for charity by celebs after lifting century-old ban
npr.org 16 May
Scientists have discovered water that was sealed in Canadian bedrock for nearly half of Earth's history. It may contain the descendants of ancient microbes...
sciencedaily.com 21 hours ago
Archaeologists have made a discovery in southern subtropical China which could revolutionize thinking about how ancient humans lived in the region.