Chinese consumers are outraged after Wal-Marts sell donkey meat that is adulterated with cheap fox. But China is hardly the only country grappling with fraudulent meat
As shipments of oil by rail skyrocket, environmentalists worry about the toll of hauling America’s crude
The tax credit for public transit is set to fall by more than 45% next year while the subsidy for parking goes up. Why that’s bad news for everyone
An aquifer bigger than West Virginia has been found underneath the ice in Greenland. What that means for the rising seas.
Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas is a water-intensive process—as critics love to point out. But by enabling the switch from thirsty coal to more efficient natural gas, fracking could be good for water scarcity
Our reliance on rare earth minerals, used in everything from smartphones to clean tech, is leaving us exposed to future risks.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Howard Buffett talk about why development assisstance needs to be a two-way street
A new report finds that a little more than half of companies are emitting too much carbon. But there are bright spots — and signs that sustainability can pair with economic growth
A new report is optimistic about continued growth in U.S. oil and natural gas production. But the future of energy is hard to predict
Livestock production may have a bigger impact on the planet than anything else. A new study shows how the effects vary from country to country — and points the way toward a more sustainable future