Lead, BPA, you name it. Some of the most harmful chemicals still on the market are in your garden hose.
Obama’s plan for a state-of-the-art electrical grid is gaining power bit by digital bit
“Green” living isn’t enough. We need to do “green” thinking
More record-breaking temperatures, more extreme heat. Telling ourselves we can adapt is just wishful thinking
Romney’s stimulus bashing doesn’t square with a green garbage-can maker’s success
Mothballs and dental floss are now on the danger list. What else lurks in my closets?
A radically simple solution to improving science education in America
A new online tool, called the Wind Map, shows how our pollution gets spread far and wide.
Why is the oil company that funded climate change deniers suddenly calling for better science?
Bullying is thuggish no matter who is doing it. So why are grown adults engaging in it?
Of all the health dangers that disproportionately impact black children, air pollution might be the worst
Soaring temperatures, plants blooming ahead of season—what does this heat wave portend for summer?
Some lucky person could be eating lab-grown meat as early as this fall. Here’s why I don’t want that person to be me