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Planes capable of suborbital flights reducing emissions from air travel sounds absurd at first glance, but a lot more plausible when you consider the technology they plan to use.
You might not care that that some places on Earth are seeing 75% declines in some insects. You really should. When they’re gone completely, so are the ecosystems in which we grow our food.
Environmental groups have been ringing the alarm about plastic waste filling oceans and landfills for decades, and the general public is finally paying attention. But do we have real solutions to this problem?
The House's Denialist-in-Chief Lamar Smith invites his favorite climate change denialists for an afternoon of ego stroking and kvetching.
Fossil fuel lobbyists are ready to give you asthma, COPD, and even lung cancer if it means they and their clients can make an extra dollar.
With no faith in politicians to help combat global warming, some scientists are turning to geo-engineering as a possible solution.
Climate change denialists have ran out of contrarian theories so they decided to recycle an old one.
Ignoring reality will always, always return to bite you were it hurts most. The only question is when it will strike.
To keep their jobs, climate change denialists erected a conspiracy theory that's buckling under its own weight.
A plan to save the planet by letting half of it revert to a wilderness may not be as unrealistic as it seems at first blush.