This woman is tired of black bodies and hairstyles being sold as the latest trend.
Native communities can apply for the pool of funds, known as the Tribal Climate Resilience Program, to help cover climate
The fantastical arch shapes of sandstone formations have long been thought to be sculpted by wind and rain. But a team of
In the meantime, the absence of a comprehensive coastal erosion policy has created a recurring sequence of events. Homes
The excessive erosion is unprecedented for many shoreline property owners. While past winter swells didn't cause problems
At the Macondo spill trial, number crunching or quantification of the oil flow started Monday in U.S. District Court in New Orleans, with Judge Carl Barbier presiding. The U.S. is on one side with a figure of about 5 million barrels for the disaster that commenced in 2010, versus BP and Anadarko on the other with 3.26 million barrels.
With memories of the catastrophic hurricane seasons of 2004, 2005 and 2008 (the three most costly on record) still fresh, the predictions for an average season are quite welcome. But two recent publications suggest that we are far from being in the clear when it comes to hurricanes.
A sand-scoured landscape Using a computer program previously used to examine earthquakes and landslides on Earth, the scientists
The technology may be able to be applied to all sorts of things that spin or speed, although don't expect to see ceiling
2011-12-16-Screenshot20111216at3.01.10PM.jpg Here are just a few of the ways climate change is expected to impact water -- and everything on earth that depends on it.
As HuffPost reported over the last couple weeks, the Farm Bill that faces renewal in 2012 is a broad piece of legislation
"When we heard the loud boom we thought a gas canister from a neighboring home had exploded, or there had been a crash on
Bad federal policy and intensifying storms are washing away the rich dark soils in the Midwest that made this country an agricultural powerhouse and that remain the essential foundation of a healthy and sustainable food system in the future.
WATCH: If the American classic song is right and “this land was made for you and me,” then why are we paying to have it destroyed
In many parts of the world, those bills are coming due in the form of skyrocketing food prices, desertification, food riots
"I couldn't believe it," said Fernando Gutierrez, 26, of Costa Mesa. "There was no beach and a 20-foot drop-off." Read more
Insurance companies, which are based on the so-called 'invisible hand,' have seen the writing on the wall and are no longer in the business of insuring new homes on the Outer Banks in NC.
Great news here! Oil companies are going to have a great opportunity to drill in the Arctic Sea floor to find more fossil fuels, because the Arctic Circle will soon be ice-free in the summers.
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