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"We're on a warpath here to change agriculture for the good, get chemical pesticides out, get labor practices we can all be proud of," AppHarvest CEO Jonathan Webb told CNBC.
New ways of dealing with potato foliage must be found
Ferries currently run on some of the most polluting fossil fuels available. Is it time to change tack?

Incidents such as tanker stranding in Mauritius stress need for quick and effective solutions.

The ruling represents another blow to coal production in the Powder River Basin.
Trash pickup could get a lot quieter (and cleaner).
With sudden, heavy rainstorms becoming more common, a new park design—capable of holding nearly six billion gallons of water—gives all that rain somewhere to go without flooding city streets.

About 1,000 mostly young activists demanded carbon neutrality by 2030, protection of migrant rights and the defunding and demilitarization of police services.

There's been a lot of hand-wringing since the news broke over dangerous contaminants. Now, one person has decided to do something about it.

Elders have long played a key role in the conservation movement. Tampa Bay seniors are using their resources and time to combat climate change together.
Dispatch Goods is a new zero-waste container system for restaurants. Get your food delivered in a metal container. They’ll come pick it up, clean it, and bring it back to the restaurant.
How an agricultural chaplain is seeking to revive the ancient tradition of grain cultivation and heirloom wheat for churches and communities.

The most wide-ranging ban on plastic products and paper bags in the U.S. is only a step away from becoming law in New Jersey.

Ten years ago, fed up with floating litter everywhere and frequent whiffs of sewage, Baltimore launched a “Healthy Harbor" campaign.

The food activist and co-founder of the I-Collective sees the work of his elders as the foundation for promoting economic, racial, and environmental justice.

Nenquimo is the only female Indigenous leader on the Time 100 list this year, and the second Ecuadoran ever to be named on the list.

The Washington state governor writes about the wildfires that have ravaged the West Coast, the importance of this election, and why we have no more time to lose
How fervent foes found new moves. And created a new model for resolving conflict. A Tyee feature in partnership with the ‘We Are Not Divided’ project.

The Trudeau government has amped up its commitments to tackle climate change as part of the country's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Los Angeles and Houston are hardly cycling capitals. But both saw surges in biking after COVID-19 began, according to new data from the fitness app Strava.

Ecuador's Constitutional Court has ruled that communities have the right to vote on whether to allow large and medium-sized mining projects in their areas, the industry news site Mining.com reported.

"For too many decades, we have allowed cars to pollute the air that our children and families breathe," Gov. Gavin Newsom said. "Californians shouldn't have to worry if our cars are giving our kids asthma."

Reducing the cost of electric vehicles is all about a cheaper battery. Tesla outlined a plan that includes making more of the components itself.

In the Pacific north-west, local people work the shoreline, creating conditions for useful species to thrive.

Bacteria levels in parts of the Inner Harbor worsened in 2019, but the city's Waterfront Partnership is setting its sights on a harbor swimming area as part of its "2030 Vision."
The rodent creates fireproof refuges for many species, suggesting wildlife managers should protect beaver habitat as the U.S. West burns.

What does a low-carbon future look like? Various groups are sketching out a rough map of the terrain the province will have to navigate.

A city historically known for its lethal 20th-Century smogs has committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050 – how will London get there?
Corporate climate commitments often involve paying into environmental projects to make up for an inability to truly achieve a clean footprint. The retail giant just set the bar higher.

A new anthology spotlighting women climate leaders offers solutions, encouragement, and an invitation to join the movement.

After months of delays, Tesla’s much-hyped Battery Day is finally upon us. Here’s what the company might reveal.

Schoolchildren around the world are being urged to go on strike to protest against a lack of action on the climate crisis.

Oslo has an ambitious goal to cut emissions by 95% by 2030. Here’s how it will do it.

The former US secretary of state is involved in a fund launched on the NY Stock Exchange that is attempting to set a global price for carbon emissions.

Indigenous Peoples have managed their lands with fire since time immemorial. But colonizers criminalized the practice.