Organic farmers and food advocates think new rules around genetically modified, so called Roundup Ready alfalfa could kill the organic dairy industry. So they're suing.
Educational materials distributed by respected children's publisher Scholastic push coal industry talking points onto kids in schools.
Converting coal into a fuel you can use in your engine is an old technology, but it’s being considered anew by some in Congress.
A meteorologist connects the dots between the recent floods, tornadoes, blizzards and climate change.
Teens have filed lawsuits in all 50 states and federal court to force government officials to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Republicans and companies have attacked the EPA's proposed new rules aimed at cutting air pollution, but the EPA's delay has raised concerns that the Obama administration could be putting politics above public health.
Butcher shops that sell lion meat may not be breaking any laws, but they're delving into a murky area of exotic meats with little regulation.
A Denmark-based company has created a way to turn street lamps into electricity-generating solar panels.
Writer Jessica Speart uncovered a world of sex, betrayal and money in the underground crime world of illegal butterfly smugglers.
Ursula Sladek, winner of a 2011 Goldman Environmental Prize, helped her community buy a power grid and started a movement for environmental change.