Balancing substance and symbolism in the movement toward cleaner energy sources Yesterday I mentioned the latest accomplishment of Burlington, Vermont. Previously the site of such implausible-sounding
A new study shows how careless pumping could lead to more gasoline in the air, soil, and water. At gas stations, certain things are just unavoidable—the acrid smell in the air, the unclean bathrooms, Slim
(USFWS via Flickr) The evidence stacks up that we’re wrecking the oceans. What should we do? October 24, 2014 5:35pm (UTC) A study released this week concludes that the biomass of large predatory fish
The Great Barrier Reef has long been in trouble. One Australian government report in 2012 estimated the reef had lost more than half its coral since 1985. Now it's in such bad shape that the United Nations
Think fast—which industrialized country is slacking off the most on battling climate change? Nope, not the US, where many government leaders deny there’s anything to fight. Nor Australia, where the government
Tom Butler: 00:09 You gonna let Pop Pop take you today? Luna Butler: 00:11 Yeah. Tom Butler: 00:12 Ok. Tom Butler: 00:14 This one’s hard for Pop Pop’s old arthritic fingers. You feel all safe and snug?