Image of the Day: Green Onion Takes on New Meaning

  • Published: May 15th, 2012

Though Gills Onions already sets a big energy example, they recently decided to go even bigger.

“I Love Windpower” Brings Energy and Identity to Mali

  • Published: May 10th, 2012

Small-scale windmills are helping build community and identity while providing much needed electricity to Mali.

Image of the Day: It’s Not Easy Being Green in the U.K.

  • Published: May 5th, 2012

Prolonged rain and roller coaster temperatures have taken their toll on the beloved asparagus crop in the U.K.

Image of the Day: Indonesian Oil Palm Plantations

  • Published: Apr 29th, 2012

The continued expansion of palm oil plantations on Indonesia's peatlands stands to release a major amount of greenhouse gases.

Image of the Day: Low Water Flow Triggers Avian Cholera

  • Published: Apr 29th, 2012

More than 10,000 migrating birds in the U.S. have died from an outbreak of avian cholera caused by reduced water flowing through marshlands.

Climate Change Has Outsize Effect on Corn Price Volatility

  • Published: Apr 22nd, 2012

Climate change-fueled heat waves and droughts play a large role in the volatility of corn prices.

Climate Change Science: He’ll Drink to That

  • Published: Apr 17th, 2012

Antonio Busalacchi leads a dual life, but for him there aren't dueling answers. Only science. And wine, of course.

To Reduce Global Warming, Address Meat Consumption

  • Published: Apr 13th, 2012

One way to reach certain emissions reduction goals is to cut meat consumption in the developed world, study says.