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Children's Eyes on Earth

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2 mentions2 days ago 2 days ago
Selections from this year's international photography contest for kids.

Why Your Neighbors Will Finance Solar Panels for Your Roof

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A California startup is letting anyone invest in loans to let homeowners go solar.

A Sea of Clouds Fills the Grand Canyon

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Weather conditions in Arizona's Grand Canyon last week gave rise to a rare phenomenon called total cloud inversion

How to use the Bible to save the planet

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Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" embraces a brand of faith-based environmentalism that's increasingly popular with young religious believers. Join us for a live conversation with Aronofsky at 3 p.m. EDT.

Drought Now Covers 100% of California

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And the snowpack is melting quickly, too.

This Town Was Almost Swallowed by a Coal Mine

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Despite its success with renewable energy, Germany is still struggling to kick its dirtiest habit.

Jared Diamond: We Could Be Living in a New Stone Age by 2114

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The Pulitzer-winning author explains why he adapted his classic book "The Third Chimpanzee" for kids: because we need them to fix our mistakes.

'Noah' hits rough religious waters on-screen

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Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' has found ardent admirers and louder religious criticism before its March 28 opening. Will it survive the storms at the box office?

The 2,000-Year History of GPS Tracking

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23 mentions5 days ago 5 days ago
The new book "You Are Here" examines the history of modern navigation.

Va. Supreme Court rules for U-Va. in global warming FOIA case

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43 mentions3 days ago 3 days ago
The high court decision rejects an argument by global warming skeptics who wanted to see the work of a climate researcher.

SPECIAL EVENT: "Noah" Director Darren Aronofsky Discusses Faith and the Environment

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The discussion, cosponsored by Climate Desk, the Sierra Club, and the Center for American Progress, will be webcast live.

China's coal boom is slowing — that's a big deal for climate change

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If so, that would make a huge difference for global efforts to slow the pace of climate change.

No, the IPCC climate report doesn’t call for a fracking boom

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34 mentions4 days ago 4 days ago
Ignore those misleading media reports. The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change actually calls for a clean energy revolution.

The Latest "Cosmos" Explains How Corporations Fund Science Denial

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12 mentions3 days ago 3 days ago
Neil Tyson explores the surprising connection between the age of the Earth and the dangers of lead.

Loan Guarantees for U.S. Renewables Making a Comeback

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Federal loan guarantees for renewable energy, which spurred the development of massive projects like the recently completed Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in California – and roiled the 2012 elections – are emerging from hibernation. More than two years after closing the last such loan guarantee, the U.S.

Pope Francis urged to back fossil fuel divestment campaign

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Letter from religious groups in Australia and North America says it is 'immoral' to profit from fossil fuels

Exxon Has 25 Billion Barrels of Fossil Fuel and Plans To Extract it All

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17 mentions1 day ago 1 day ago
The company's report to investors on climate risks shows it has a grim outlook on carbon rules.

6 Photos of the Oldest Living Things in the World

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6 mentions3 days ago 3 days ago
In a new book, a photographer captures the planet's senior statesmen. Happy Earth Day.

Drunken Trees: Dramatic Signs of Climate Change

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50 mentions3 days ago 3 days ago
As the permafrost melts in the north, forests no longer grow straight.

How to Use the Bible to Save the Planet

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4 mentions1 day ago 1 day ago
Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" embraces a brand of faith-based environmentalism that's increasingly popular with young religious believers.

Wildfires really are on the rise in West, Utah researchers say

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Over the past three decades, wildfires in the western United States have been getting larger and more frequent, according to new research from the University of Utah. This trend, which U. geographers documented with satellite images, could reflect the increasing temperatures and drought severity associated with climate change,

US photographer Lisa Wood captures beautiful vastness of farmland in Washington State

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Lisa Wood scoured the sprawling, agricultural Palouse region in the north-western United States to capture these stunning vistas, made up from 30 shots each.

'Noah' Director Darren Aronofsky And Others Talk Faith And Environmentalism (LIVE VIDEO)

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What can we learn about the intersection of faith and the environment?Click on the video above at 3:00 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, April 23 for a special live event featuring "Noah" director Darren Aronofsky. He will be joined by Sierra Club...

The Key to Saving the U.S. Transportation Program

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Cities and towns need more power over federal funds.

This Climate Scientist Just Won Another Victory in Court

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11 mentions2 days ago 2 days ago
The Virginia Supreme Court ruled that Michael Mann doesn't have to turn over his emails.

This Town Was Almost Swallowed by a Coal Mine

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Despite its success with renewable energy, Germany is still struggling to kick its dirtiest habit.

David Titley, climate change war: An interview with the retired rear admiral of the Navy.

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The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just completed a series of landmark reports that chronicle an update to the current state of consensus science on climate change. In a sentence, here’s what they found: On our current path, climate change could pose an irreversible, existential risk ...

News, opinion and aggregation on business, politics, entertainment, technology, global and national

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Portland will dispose of 38 million gallons of treated reservoir water after learning that a 19-year-old man urinated into it, even though urine-tainted drinking water is apparently not a health risk.

Darren Aronofsky: We Nearly Abandoned "Noah" Because of Concerns About Diversity

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"We could not, no matter what, show racial differences between who lived and who died, or we'd be making a terrible, terrible statement," says cowriter Ari Handel.

The Fracking Industry Faces Its Climate Demon

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38 mentions3 days ago 3 days ago
To preserve its climate credentials, the natural-gas industry has to tame a tricky menace: methane.

The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers

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6 mentions2 days ago 2 days ago
In Buffalo and Pittsburgh, urban beekeepers are taking sustainable food production into their own hands -- sometimes in secret.

Oklahoma SB 1456: Why the Tea Party is fighting for solar power.

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Last week, with little fanfare and even less debate, Oklahoma lawmakers quietly voted to reverse a nearly four-decade-old law that had barred utility companies from charging customers who install solar panels on their homes more than those who don’t. The bill, which passed almost unanimously, would have effectively ...