Journalist Eric Holthaus and ten climate experts answered readers' questions about how to combat climate change
The pontiff crosses a Western taboo
In his widely anticipated environmental treatise, the pope slams the "throwaway culture" that has helped turn our planet to "rubbish"
Some 50 Greenpeace-affiliated activists took to the Port of Seattle Monday to try and foil Shell's Arctic drilling plans
With the pope's encyclical on the environment expected this week, Rolling Stone spoke to Christian climate activist Anna Jane Joyner
Rolling Stone had exclusive access to the Yes Men as they planned and executed their latest prank, targeting Shell's Arctic drilling plan
The Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist blames the Santa Barbara oil spill for the tar ball his daughter recently stepped in
Guitarist also releases "Beneath the Savage Sun" video, which details the illegal ivory trade
An ambitious effort is being led by Dianna Cohen, co-founder of the Plastic Pollution Coalition
Monolithic agricultural companies are claiming they can practice sustainable farming in the heart of one of the world's most important wildernesses. The ravaged state of the Paraguayan Chaco forest is telling a different story.
Devastating toxic events are the new normal
After a toxic disaster contaminated their water, the people of Charleston, West Virginia, are wondering if what's coming out of the taps is harmful. They're not getting any good answers
In devastated communities from New Jersey to Queens, Long Island to the Caribbean, the recovery process is just beginning
Serious flooding threatens the state's 50,000 controversial oil and gas wells
An anonymous worker reveals conditions at ground zero for Canada's controversial pipelines